Customer: Hi, My name is ***** *****, and I'm trying to help my mom. I have a question as a follow up to what is listed on this page. Expert: Roger replied 6 years ago.Sure. If there are no board members, no association
meetings, no dues being collected or used, it would be considered dormant. However, if you don't have a board, it is possible that the whole operation is invalid. Without a board, nothing can be done. What is the RCW for this? I can't find it anywhere?!?
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: The homeowner
's association feel apart years ago (as I understand all of this). Our neighbor
, who I have a restraining order against, has decided to sue my parents to retaliate. She is claiming the covenents (which my folks has submitted pics of her violating). Our neighbor found this quote on your site, but we can't find the rcw.
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Law Experts (you only pay if satisfied). There are a couple customers ahead of you. Are you willing to wait a bit?
Customer: This neighbor is trying to enforce covenants from a defunct association, basically. yes!
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