When Is A Renter an HOA “Property Owner”?

Question: When is a renter an HOA “property owner”?

Answer: When someone who does own property deeds to her or him a meaningless parcel of land solely for the purpose of making her or him eligible to vote and hold office in the Association.

It might be a good idea to keep an eye on the county records for a while to see what transfers occur of small seemingly trivial parcels within Pine Hollow and then compare the names on the deeds to the list of people appointed to or running for our Board.

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