jimlux at earthlink.net
Fri Mar 26 20:16:08 EST 2004
Sure you can.. just the same as you can be subject to a new law. At one
time you could buy a car without seatbelts, now you can't.
One of the usual things in a CC&R that allows for a separate rules and
regulations document (which yours may not) is a process by which those rules
may be changed (usually the board decides). Then, there's also usually ways
to amend the CC&Rs. In mine, it takes a vote of 2/3 of the homeowners (not
2/3 of those who vote, but an absolute 2/3)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Miller" <JimMiller at STL-Online.Net>
> I just don't understand why I can be held to a new rule that is made up
> possibly after I do something that wasn't there when I moved in. The
> as they were when I moved in, I would think is what it is that I
> agreed to, NOT whatever they decide to add later.
> (My CC&Rs don't appear to have any included provisions to add rules
> the HOA board thinks they want to.)
> 73, de Jim KG0KP
> > From: "Jim Lux" <jimlux at earthlink.net>
> > By the way, not to rain on your parade, but there's nothing keeping an
> > board from making a rule prohibiting antennas at any time, even if the
> > CC&Rs don't say anything about it, because, generally, the CC&Rs contain
> > provisions allowing the board to do just that.
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