I own a condo unit in a condo/townhouse community. Last winter my car was towed for failure to move it after a snow storm during cleanup.
The property rules are such that they plow at 2", and again when the storm is complete. This particular storm we had less than 2 inches of snow.
I own half of a house that has been split up the middle into two townhouse condos.
The other side was sold this year, and the new owners decided to get the roof done. I did not know when the roof was getting done, who was doing the roof and never saw an estimate until there was a dumpster on my front lawn, and the roof was being done.
I am hoping you can help us out here in New Hampshire. We live in a lovely well maintained condo complex with swimming pool and tennis court.
Is it legal for the board and management company to fine me $25.00?
Supposedly, they sent all unit owners a certified letter for post office p/u and to sign re: drying vent company to inspect all vents.
We have a homeowner who is requesting a driveway extension up along his unit (side). (We are 34 separate units).
We are an HOA community of 23 townhomes in New Hampshire. There are five members on the board of directors, and members serve two-year terms once elected. There are three open seats this year, and yesterday was the cutoff date for owners to announce if they were going to run. The only candidates running are those current board members whose terms are expiring. Are we required to hold an election? Thanks in advance.