Harassments in an HOA


A member of our association requested records from our HOA that targeted specific individuals within our association (myself included). The records requested were legal billing records of contact between HOA legal and either board members or management with amount of money billed. The member who requested the records posted this “financial statement” on a social media site. When the same records were requested by another homeowner (one named in the original doc provided) was denied, by the board.

What if anything can be done?

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on November 5, 2020 8:41 am
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Certainly the HOA has duty to treat all homeowners equally. It seems that either both or neither of the homeowners had the right to the data. Nevertheless, these issues can be complicated and factually dependent. We represent homeowners against HOAs, if you want to enforce your rights you should contact us to schedule a free case assessment with one of our attorneys.
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Posted by donald@robinsonandhenry.com (Questions: 0, Answers: 282)
Answered on November 5, 2020 9:02 am