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Serving on Your Community Association’s ARC, ACC, or ARB? Take Note to Whom Your Fiduciary Duties ...
Residents of planned communities often must obtain approval prior to making any modifications to their homes and lots. Through their declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions - commo...
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Board Member Boot Camp Part 2: Compliance, ARC, and Pitfalls to Avoid
In a previous article, we discussed some of the topics board members must be familiar with in order to serve successful terms on their community’s board of directors. This second part of “...
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Architectural Guidelines & Political Signs: It’s All in The Governing Documents for Community Asso...
Architectural rules and guidelines can be a tricky topic to navigate for board members and committees charged with leading community associations. In order to properly govern their communities, those ...
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New Appellate Case: Is Your Architectural Process Fair and Reasonable? (Hint: It Better Be!)
In a decision issued today (December 17, 2019), the North Carolina Court of Appeals examined the authority of an association to review and deny submitted architectural plans. This is the second archit...
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Architectural Review Within Your Community Association
Want to give the exterior of your home a fresh new look… in your favorite shade of pink?If you live in a community association, chances are you can’t break out the paint cans just yet. Ho...