Governing Documents Allow Assessments for Legal Fees
Facts: A member submitted a building plan to the association's architectural review committee. The committee denied approval of the building plan because it did not comply with the setback requirements. After numerous attempts to amend the community's setback requirements, the member filed a discrimination claim, alleging that the association had discriminated against him on the basis of his race. The association hired a defense attorney, incurring $4,331.99 in legal bills.
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