Avoid Disputes about View Protection Bylaw
Homeowners who have paid a premium for housing that boasts sunset or city skyline views, or are situated in areas noted for their scenic beauty, feel they should be entitled to enjoy them—unfettered by other structures or foliage that might later get in the way. To this end, some of the most notable community association litigation cases have dealt with view protection bylaws. Those cases involved owners who have paid for a specific view that they can no longer enjoy, or that previously made their unit more valuable and unique than others, suing the association.
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