Homeowners Can't Sue Association Twice for Same Claims

September 12, 2014
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Facts: A couple living in a planned townhouse community granted a limited power of attorney to their daughter to allow her to vote on their behalf at association meetings and to communicate with the association when necessary. The power of attorney essentially gave their daughter the same rights and privileges as if she owned their townhouse.

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