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The ABC's of DRV's in Texas

The ABC's of DRV's in Texas

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Author’s Note and Disclaimer:  This article discusses Texas Property Owners Association (“POA”) Law and pertains to single family residential POA’s in Texas only.  

Even though a man’s home is his castle, he is still obligated to abide by deed restrictions if that home is in a common interest development encumbered by restrictive covenants. Likewise, property owners associations (POA’s) must consistently enforce their dedicatory instruments in a systematic, uniform, and unbiased manner or run the risk losing their right to enforce them.  This article will discuss deed restriction enforcement requirements for Texas POA’s and will seek to provide practical tools and tips to ensure proper enforcement.

By Guest Blogger on Oct 15, 2019 9:36:00 AM
   
The ABC's of DRV's in Texas

Author’s Note and Disclaimer:  This article discusses Texas Property Owners Association (“POA”) Law and pertains to single...

By Guest Blogger on Oct 15, 2019 9:36:00 AM
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