AARP HOA Bill of Rights

David Kahne, a Houston ACLU attorney, who won the notable Brooks v. Northglen HOA case, has written on a HOA Bill of Rights for homeowners. Such a document has been absent from all CC&Rs going back to the Homes Association Handbook, TB #50, for the mass merchandising of planned communities, published in 1964 by ULI with the help of federal agencies.

David Kahne’s 69 page report can be found here:

http://assets.aarp.org/rgcenter/consume/2006_15_homeowner.pdf

Many HOA advocates are acknowledged by David. The cover page reads:

A BILL of RIGHTS for HOMEOWNERS in ASSOCIATIONS:
Basic Principles of Consumer Protection and Sample Model Statute

by David A. Kahne,
Law Office of David A. Kahne

The AARP Public Policy Institute, formed in 1985, is part of the Policy and Strategy Group at AARP. One of the missions of the Institute is to foster research and analysis on public policy issues of importance to mid-life and older Americans. This publication represents part of that effort.The views expressed herein are for information, debate, and discussion, and do not necessarily represent official policies of AARP.


Author: HOAGOV

I have been a long-term homeowner rights authority, advocate and author of "The HOA-Land Nation Within America" (2019) and"Establishing the New America of independent HOA principalities" (2008). See HOA Constitutional Government at http://pvtgov.org. My efforts with HOAs took me to a broader concern that was deeply affecting the constituionality of HOAs. Those broad societal and plotical concerns caused me to start this new blog for my commentaries on the State of the New America.

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