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Here are samples management forms for a Texas HOA.Appendix J is for condos, Appendix K is for subdivisions.I think this is what you are looking for.If you have follow up please just ask.
If memory serves me here you were a subdivision with trailers so Appendix K sample would be what you would be looking for.
Here is the Section from the Texas Property Code it references.
This book here is a great resource.It is not a cheap book but your local library might have it for you.
If your HOA can afford it is has everything you would need for a Texas HOA.
Here is the subject index for this book so you can see what you would be getting.
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Effective: September 1, 2009 Chapter 209. Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act § 209.004. Management Certificates A property owners' association shall record in each county in which any portion of the residential subdivision is located a management certificate, signed and acknowledged by an officer or the managing agent of the association, stating: (1) the name of the subdivision; (2) the name of the association; (3) the recording data for the subdivision; (4) the recording data for the declaration; (5) the name and mailing address of the association; (6) the name and mailing address of the person managing the association or the association's designated representative; and (7) other information the association considers appropriate. (b) The property owners' association shall record an amended management certificate not later than the 30th day after the date the association has notice of a change in any information in the recorded certificate required by Subsection (a). (c) Except as provided under Subsections (d) and (e), the property owners' association and its officers, directors, employees, and agents are not subject to liability to any person for a delay in recording or failure to record a management certificate, unless the delay or failure is wilful V.T.C.A., PropertyCode § 209.004
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