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HOA boards should think twice before taking a hard line on rules

Question:  I own a single-family home in a common-interest development. One of the reasons we purchased this house was because we knew it had covenants, conditions and restrictions, and felt that we won’t have to worry about policing our neighbors. That’s what the board is supposed to do. But after...
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