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This depends on your bylaws...can you tell me, what do the bylaws say, if anything, about this?
Thank you for your responseYou sayIt seems to me that under NO circumstance could anyoneenter inside my property line boundary without my permission.They would be trespassing?I agree with this statement, generally speakingHOWEVER, HOA rules CAN apply here. If you are part of an HOA? By law your title is governed by the HOA rules. And the HOA could, for example, allow the HOA to access your property...if the HOA rules allowed this, it would NOT be trespassing.
THat is why I ask about what the HOA rules provide.
If they are silent...if they do not give the HOA authority to enter onto your property? Then I agree with you, absent your permission, they can not enter (if they did it would be considered trespass)
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Again, IF the HOA bylaws allow them to enter the property without permission? They can. The HOA bylaws are tied to the title of the real property...if you have bylaws that allow the HOA to access the property? They can access the property.
Period.This would NOT be considered trespass.
You mention you read otherwise...I am not sure what you are referring to but if the HOA bylaws allow access, then there is no "trespass"
Again if the bylaws do not address this (as you indicate in one of your responses)? Then there is no right of access by the HOA.Please let me know if you have more questions. I am happy to help if I can. Otherwise, please rate the answer so I may get credit for my work.