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CatherineS3
(North Carolina)

Posts:29


05/15/2019 6:15 AM  
We are an established community of single family homes, townhomes, and condos. After many, many years there is some interest in developing a parcel platted for 48 one story townhouse-style condos. Our Architectural Guidelines do not address builder fees for this type of construction. Assuming there will be 8 six unit buildings should the builders refundable deposit and non-refundable impact fees be charged on a per building basis or a per unit basis?
MarkM31
(Washington)

Posts:469


05/15/2019 8:35 AM  
Yes
CatherineS3
(North Carolina)

Posts:29


05/15/2019 12:53 PM  
My question was do we charge per unit (48 units) OR per building (6 buildings).
CatherineS3
(North Carolina)

Posts:29


05/15/2019 12:54 PM  
Sorry that should be 8 buildings.
RoyalP


Posts:0


05/15/2019 1:50 PM  
What does the actual Declaration of Protective Covenants and Restrictions state ?

Where is the 'architectural committee' authorized to 'charge fees' ?

Have you actually read and studied ALL your 'governing documents' AND state law(s) ?

What does your 'corporate attorney' say ?





My internet answer is NO, you may not charge ANY fee based upon architectural committee request.
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