HOA asks Valrico vet to remove soldier statue honoring troopsValrico, Florida – A Valrico man is locked in a dispute with his homeowners association over a statue of a soldier on the front lawn of his home. “It’s a guardian of sorts,” said Don Oglesby. “This is something that I wanted to have it my front yard.”
Lighter shade ends homeowner dispute(1/3)An Albuquerque woman who was threatened with eviction from her own home for painting her garage door red is now painting it a new–and similar–color her homeowners association chose. (2/3) (3/3) ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – An Albuquerque woman who was threatened with eviction from her own home for painting her garage door red is now painting it a new–and similar–color her homeowners association chose.
Homeowners battle vs the HOAHomeowners battle vs the HOA Posted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 10:46 PM EST Updated: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 10:46 PM EST HOUSTON (FOX 26) – A Spring man is in a battle with his homeowner’s association after he’s told to take his decorative cross out of the front yard.
Website Calls Out HOAsPosted: Nov 8, 2013 6:49 PM Updated: Nov 8, 2013 7:17 PM Consumeraffairs.com makes no bones about it – they’re not fans of homeowners associations. Not at all. And they were particularly troubled by Andover Forest and the story of Cooper’s playhouse putting the HOA on the best of the worst list.
Property owner wins lengthy turf warA judge finally has resolved a deed-restriction dispute that spanned 11 years, involved dozens of court hearings, a weeklong jury trial, two appeals and a second trial, and cost tens – perhaps hundreds – of thousands of dollars. A lawn that long ago withered and died launched the ruckus in 2001 that survived more than a decade in Hillsborough County’s courts.
St. Johns County homeowner sued over unkempt lawnA lawn care dispute in a subdivision off Nocatee Parkway is headed for a courtroom. The homeowners association in Walden Chase is suing a resident who refuses to mow her yard or trim her hedges. Neighbors complain the overgrown grass is making the sidewalk hazardous and is attracting rats and snakes.
A growing dispute | MailTribune.comAskirmish over a patch of artificial turf has turned into a legal war between a homeowner and the Eagle Point Golf Community Homeowners Association. A lawsuit filed by the association in March against “Captain” W.H.M.J. van der Horst has prompted a counter suit filed this week by the 82-year-old homeowner seeking $500,000 in damages for extreme emotional distress.