President of Alternate Association Can't Sue

February 26, 2009
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Facts: A property owner wanted to profit from his land by establishing a common interest development. He subdivided his land into 16 lots and a large common area. He built homes on six of the lots, sold five of them, and kept one house for himself. The community was governed by an association in name only. There were no formal meetings from 1980 through 1997, and the original property owner acted informally on the association's behalf.

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