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Make HOA Rules Both Enforceable and Good

Rules Must Be Enforceable

What makes a rule enforceable? An enforceable rule meets the requirements of the law and governing documents. What makes an enforceable rule a good rule? A good rule meets the needs and requirements of the community. When writing rules, boards should make sure the rules are both enforceable and “good.” In general, courts recognize the following characteristics of enforceable rules. Even better, residents are more likely to accept and voluntarily comply with rules having the following characteristics.

§4365 - Reversal of Rule Changes

  1. Members of an association owning 5 percent or more of the separate interests may call a special vote of the members to reverse a rule change.

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