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Subject: BOD R&R No Record
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JohnC46
(South Carolina)

Posts:11667


08/14/2021 2:13 PM  
We have a potential issue. It has always been accepted that the BOD made a rule banning overnight street parking when we owners took over some 6 year ago. Over the years there have been some told they are violating the overnight street parking ban and they complied.

Issue is we have no written record of such a R&R (sloppy record keeping) and we are expecting someone to challenge us.

Your thoughts.
MaxB4
(California)

Posts:1614


08/14/2021 3:19 PM  
Fix the issue. Posting on this site acknowledges an issue exists.
KerryL1
(California)

Posts:8734


08/14/2021 5:39 PM  
As you know, John, if it's not in writing or at least memorialized in your meeting minutes, it's not a rule.

So go ahead and make one. Do owners in general like the unwritten rule?
JohnC46
(South Carolina)

Posts:11667


08/15/2021 10:39 AM  
Posted By KerryL1 on 08/14/2021 5:39 PM
As you know, John, if it's not in writing or at least memorialized in your meeting minutes, it's not a rule.

So go ahead and make one. Do owners in general like the unwritten rule?



Yes our owners like the rule but we have received and complaint by one owner against the other. I think the violator may push back but we are sending them a letter saying there is no overnight parking. We will see what happens.
MelissaP1
(Alabama)

Posts:10595


08/15/2021 6:58 PM  
It could be in some meeting notes which may suffice as a "rule" in some situations. However, in order to make it an official rule, I would follow the correct procedures in putting it in your CC&R's and filing them. A long timely a little expensive project. However, it may be time to update other things as well.

Former HOA President
KerryL1
(California)

Posts:8734


08/15/2021 7:19 PM  
Depending on John's CC&Rs, which may give the board the authority to make parking rules, there probably is no need to amend the CC&Rs.
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