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If she is filing frivolous law suits, you can file a complaint with the state bar and with the court for her doing so. Also, if she is continually filing suits or making threats you can sue her for harassment and seek to get a court order declaring her a vexatious litigant, which would mean she could no longer sue without court permission. In order to prove this, you would have to present the suits she has filed to show they were baseless and without merit.
Furthermore, she has no business to come to your house or onto your property even on board business if you notify her to not come onto your property and if she keeps doing so then you can sue her for trespassing and get an injunction to force her to communicate with you on any board business by email or at a board meeting.
These neighborhood associations are bad and we as attorneys tend to tell people thinking of buying in one to run away because of situations like this, because the laws let associations run their own business and it only takes one jerk in the neighborhood or on the board to create havoc and make everyone's life miserable.
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