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Subject: Covenant/Rules and Regulations Violations
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JoyceS1
(Indiana)

Posts:140


05/07/2006 1:28 PM  
Minor violations of the covenants and rules and regulations are beginning to occur in our small community of 14 units. The current board is weak and does not like to make homeowners mad by calling infractions to their attention. The small violations seem minor, but as they begin to accumulate, it begins to reflect poorly on the community as a whole not to mention causing resentment among homeowners who are aware of the infractions and know that nothing is going to be done. Any suggestions as to the best way to approach the board as to emphasize their responsibility to enforcement and protection of property values without having to resort to consulting an attorney?
RogerB
(Colorado)

Posts:5067


05/07/2006 2:21 PM  
Joyce, the best way is to write them a letter sent by registered mail. Advise them it is their fiduciary duty to enforce violations. Also, a managing agent costs considerably less than an attorney and is usually more effective because owners react better to a more personal approach.
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