Q&A > Question

Your Legal Questions Answered

question iconI have been a resident in Arapahoe Lake for 22 years. Last Friday I received a letter detailing issues with my property. The nature of these issues are far beyond reasonable. The root cause of this letter is that we have a sign in our yard “Hate has no Home Here”. Under the bylaws of the Association I can have a “political sign” out six months before an election. Yet for whatever reason this sign has antagonized someone on the HOA Board. One of the issues they are compalining about is that our fence is 6’1″. HOA rules are no fence larger than 6′. They want me to remove my fence over 1″. This also appears that someone entered my property without permission to actual measure my fence! I of course have a copy of the letter to download if needed. Thank you.
answer icon

Certainly HOAs do not have the right to harass or target specific homeowners in a neighborhood. But, fighting the HOA can be a lot like the old express, it is hard to fight City Hall, we know because we represent homeowners up and down the front range defend themselves against overbearing HOA Board every day. Many times these issues are very emotional on both sides. For that reason I recommend that you contact our HOA attorneys to discuss your rights, remedies, options, risks, the law, etc. Just call us at 303-688-0944 (24/7) or schedule online at robandhen.wpengine.com/locations.

The foregoing information is general information only and should not be relied upon to take, or fail to take, legal action. No attorney-client relationship is formed by this information.
small picture of attorney bill henry
Bill Henry
OtherJul 13, 2020
Still can’t find what you’re looking
for? Ask a laywer
Start your Free Case Assesment
Find out your legal options.
DisclaimerThe response posted is based upon the information made available and is not intended as a full and complete response to the question. The only manner to obtain complete and adequate legal advice is to consult with an attorney. No Q&A posting or other communication will be treated as confidential from this website and does not create an attorney-client relationship.
© Copyright 2023, Robinson & Henry, P.C.