Association Not Legally Bound to Enforce Terms of Declaration
Facts: An owner in a private residential community complained to the homeowners association that it was failing to enforce the terms of the declaration of covenants as to certain homeowners. The owner alleged that several other owners made changes, modifications, or improvements to their homes without first seeking the association's approval. Under the declaration, changes must be approved first by the association. The owner asked the association to enforce the terms of the declaration, but it refused.
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