Surprisingly the statute only addresses the notice required for fines and suspension of privileges:
Reviewing case law it appears that most HOAs will issue courtesy notices, then an official violation letter (and if that is not heeded, then the board could file suit, impose fines, etc)
So unless the governing documents specify how/when notice is to be received, the board may provide notice at their discretion.
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