Monthly Archives: September 2016

Arizona homeowners work to change HOA laws

Guest Blog courtesy ABC 15 Phoenix, Arizona Courtney Holmes, Joe Ducey Sep 26, 2016 let joe know PHOENIX – I’ve heard it all before. People fed up with their HOA and feeling powerless to do anything about it. We’ll now … Continue reading

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Balancing Community and Governance

Reforming the Community Association By Wayne S. Hyatt Hyatt and Stubblefield, P.C.,   Atlanta, Georgia Excerpts from Proposals for Change The perpetual obstacle to human advancement is custom.  John Stuart Mill Role and structure of association governing boards  Governing boards … Continue reading

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Why doesn't the attorney general help with association complaints?

Q&A  Donie Vanitzian JD Question:  After moving into my condo 15 years ago I attended a board meeting with several fed-up owners complaining of many unresolved problems. I thought things would change; I was wrong, nothing changed. I began a … Continue reading

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Buyer Beware! HOA's Deny Your First Amendment Rights

Guest Blog, 09/01/2016 By Mirah Riben Researching, writing & speaking about the adoption industry since 1979. Author of THE STORK MARKET: America’s Multi-Billion Dollar Unregulated Adoption Industry There are thousands of HOA communities (aka “common interest communities” or ‘’common interest … Continue reading

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