Association Can Enforce Community Traffic Rules
Facts: An association’s bylaws provided that unless otherwise posted, the speed limit on all community roads will be 25 miles per hour and that speed limits “shall be strictly enforced.” Driving 16 mph or more over the posted limit was a “Class A violation.” Class A violations carried a $200 fine for a first offense. The association rules and regulations also contain provisions empowering the board to enforce the rules and regulations of the association, including through the use of private security guards.
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