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May 2015


As in a cooperative or a condominium, membership in a homeowner’s association means there are rules, eliminating the risk that a next door neighbor might decide to paint his home bright magenta or that another neighbor could create a public spectacle with elaborate year-round lawn ornaments.  How those rules are applied – and whether they can be applied at all – is the question in Jasinski v. Hudson Pointe Homeowners Association.