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screenshot-2016-09-25-06-30-09Homeowner associations have been criticized for having excessively restrictive rules and regulations on how homeowners are allowed to conduct themselves and use their property. Legal scholars and the AARP have charged that in a variety of ways HOAs suppress the rights of their residents. AARP has created a “Bill of Rights” for Homeowners in Associations with ten principles (or “rights”). They suggest it be used as a model for statutory language that states can follow when developing laws and regulatory procedures for common-interest communities.

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