What are a homeowner’s rights in regards to removing a temporary resident?If the temporary resident refuses to leave, then the homeowner will have to serve them with an eviction, as if they any other tenant. So the homeowner will need to give the temporary resident a written notice of 30 days to leave, to get the eviction process rolling. A homeowner may call the police to help get the resident out but more than likely the police will not get involved citing that this is a civil matter, but on the other hand it may be just enough for the temporary resident to see that the homeowner really wants them out of their house.
Can a homeowner’s association remove something they approved and placed on a homeowner’s property when other homeowner’s complain and want this addition on to their property as well?If the homeowner’s association (HOA) is acting in a fiscally responsible manner, and having been the one’s to have placed the addition or upgrade, and are not able to afford to add to or upgrade all other properties of which owners are complaining, it can be allowable. However in being fiscally responsible the HOA may be doing this in determent to the homeowner how did have the upgrade’s property value. If this is the case and the said homeowner’s property value is decreased, the ability to claim for reimbursement would be the homeowner’s right.
What are a homeowner’s rights when the HOA (Home Owners Association) will not remedy a situation that has been ongoing for years?First let it be known that all conditions, restrictions, and covenants that have been enacted in a neighborhood, may be enforced by the HOA, the developer, or any owner as long as there is another party to go against. In cases where the HOA is not acting on a concern the private homeowner’s right is to sue the HOA, as they are intended to be there for the protect and enforcement of the member homeowner’s rights, and not doing as needed. If the complaint is of a maintenance nature, estimates need to be collected so the homeowner has a basis for their monetary claim.
What are a homeowner’s rights when they pay fees into a fund for maintenance and maintenance is not being dealt with?A homeowner should first look to the by-laws as to how to approach their maintenance issues. If those approaches have been exhausted without results, the homeowner may need to issue the HOA a letter that demands action within a specified time limit, and if the repairs are done in the allotted time frame that they homeowner will make the repairs themselves and will be billing the HOA for the repairs. It is best to send this letter by regular mail and by certified mail, also to obtain estimates for the repairs to the property.
Homeowner’s rights are important any homeowner’s to know and understand, however many homeowners are unsure of where their exact rights lay. Those who are members of a HOA may simply look over the agreements, but need help interpreting what it all means, this is where the Experts come in. Experts can answer any type of home owner’s rights questions a person may have, fast and efficiently.