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RonaM
(Tennessee)

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11/01/2005 7:22 PM  
Can anyone help me to determine what Tennessee requirements are for establishing a homeowner association (covenant and restrictions call for lot owner association)? Is there any difference between a homeowner or lot owner association?

Six or seven homeowners and the developer started our homeowners assocation. We have information on convenant and restrictions but they do not give information on what constitutes a quorum, how board members and officers are to be elected, what their responsibilities or terms are, who can vote, etc. It states only what you can't do; i.e., 1 year building time (not enforced), boats not to be seen from river or road (not enforced), no burning (not enforced), lot mowing [not specific] (only enforcing for one lot). First notification of association was fee notification. Today, they have refused to release board or officer names, lot ownership information or minutes from earlier meetings.

There are 75 lots owned by 32 people. They verbally say that only the 32 people can vote. Many lots are co-owned but a list is not available on who the registered voter is.

At membership meetings the six or seven people are proprosing and passing rules, i.e., it is the responsibility of the lot owner to notify the HOA when they sell the lot.

Currently there is no bylaws.
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