Suing HOA


2 trees died in my front yard, I removed them and requested from my HOA that I just replace with grass and not replace the trees. They denied that so I appealed and had a ‘hearing’ in front of the board. They ruled again and denied, saying I needed to replace the trees. I have been in my neighborhood since 2005 and over the years many of the neighbors have not replaced their trees, so I wanted to see if by suing them I could get this decision overturned.

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on February 8, 2021 12:50 pm
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The fact that the HOA is enforcing its rules against you more harshly than against your neighbors may provide the leverage that you need to win this lawsuit. However, suing your HOA is never a straightforward, quick, or inexpensive as most people expect. Before you make a final decision you should schedule free case assessment with one of our attorneys to discuss the facts of the case, your rights, remedies, risks, potential costs, etc. You can schedule a free case assessment 24/7 by calling 303-688-0944 or online at At your appointment, we'll meet by phone or video (Zoom).

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Answered on February 8, 2021 4:28 pm