Member’s Hobbies Must Be of “Reasonable” Scope
Facts: An association made a series of complaints against a member because he violated multiple provisions of the association's declaration. Specifically, the violations included the member's storage of logs and trees on his property for commercial use, running a dog breeding business on his property, and maintaining a compost pile that emitted a putrid odor. After the member refused to remedy the violations, the association sued him in district court. The district court ruled in favor of the association, and the member appealed.
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