CORRECTION. This post was mistitled referring to new Hampshire but it is a North Carolina bill, HB 311.
NC State Representative Iler introduced HB 311 granting the AG with powers and authority to investigate HOA violations and to commence legal actions against the HOA if warranted. It seeks direct state involvement in protecting a class of citizens being denied the equal protection of the laws by amending §§ 47C-3-123 and 47F-3-123.
It may come to a surprise to many who find no ills living in an HOA, but it’s well known that state Attorney General’s offices have shied away from investigating and bringing legal actions against HOA board violations of state laws and their contractual obligations. The general response from a number of AGs has been “no authority to act,” although they have general powers to investigate white collar crimes; “the law needs to be changed, go to the Legislature to change the law.”
Representative Iler can be your champion! He needs your active support against a legislature – as are all state legislatures — that is hostile to HOA owner private property interests. NC citizen involvement is necessary for success!
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New Jersey needs this law. Smithville community association is in direct violation of Radburn law and now passing a resolution BANNING HOMEOWNERS PROPERTY RIGHTS.
Please see update. It is a North Carolina bill.
Please contact the C-IHC in New Jersey. The common interest homeowners coalition. They may be able to help