To Pay or Not to Pay. . .

Q:  I live in a subdivision with recorded deed restrictions that address the use of the property, but the restrictions have no provisions for the establishment of an HOA, maintenance assessments, dues, or fines. The developers recorded a letter of authority to the HOA that states that the homeowners “may” join the HOA.  The HOA […]

Can My HOA Do This?

This week’s column was written by my law partner Cynthia Jones, who is licensed to practice law in North and South Carolina. Q:  I live in a planned community in South Carolina that has deed restrictions. The restrictive covenants say nothing about homeowners’ association (HOA) assessments, and have no provisions that allow for the restrictions […]