Thank you for this.
Is there in way short of getting fines and leins on my property or being sued that I have out of this mess?
I do not have the funds to sue or be sued so is there anything else I can do like knowing the amount of time when something becomes a part of my property. I can do the research I just need help where to look.
I will try the web address for help.
I appreciate all of your help.
Good Morning especially for a Monday. I appreciate your reply this morning.
I do have a question on the same issue.
How long is something in place on a property until precedent is set? Especially when no complaints or demands to move the modifications were instructed initially? It seems after a certain time the precedent is in play and nothing can be done to force homeowners to remove the modification. My rock has been there for over 3-4 years and what the association is complaining about is an addition.
Many numbers of homeowners have replaced roofs with non original color and the roofs remain, some homeowners have painted front doors and shutters without original color and those are still not changed back to original color.
How can the association legally allow some homeowners the breaking of covenants and by-laws and just choose arbitrarily to not enforce them all equally to all homeowners? My guess is that they cannot.
Thank you very much,
THANK YOU and this thank you does not come near the iceberg for even a chip off how much I appreciate ALL OF YOUR HELP AND TIME for me!!
Wow this is great news.
Thanks again and I will go back and rate your service excellent.
Mr. Phil Simmons,
I have printed out your information and will let my attorney look it over. I took your advice and look forward to putting this mess behind me.
Hi Mr. Simmons,
I have my attorney working on this.
Again thank you for your help.
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