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Old 04-28-2013, 10:49 PM   #43
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Also the rules are being selectively enforced.
If the rules are being "selectively enforced" as you say, you're not "screwed"- you're home free.

Assuming that you can prove that allegation, no judge will order you to comply with a contract requirement that's being applied to some parties but not to others.

If everybody doesn't have to comply, nobody does. That's basic contract law.
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:28 AM   #44
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If the rules are being "selectively enforced" as you say, you're not "screwed"- you're home free.

Assuming that you can prove that allegation, no judge will order you to comply with a contract requirement that's being applied to some parties but not to others.

If everybody doesn't have to comply, nobody does. That's basic contract law.
Especially if what you say is true about all the other neighbors being on your side. Be sure to have them sign a statement and show up for the hearing. Also be sure to let the bully know you will be be counter suing for costs you incur if you win. If allowed in your state. Good Luck
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:53 AM   #45
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If I were being sued the last place I'd be looking for advice is on an Internet forum. That may come back to haunt you in court.
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Old 05-01-2013, 04:23 PM   #46
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If I were being sued the last place I'd be looking for advice is on an Internet forum. That may come back to haunt you in court.
C'mon now, I don't think Francesca is that well known...
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Old 10-22-2015, 07:19 PM   #47
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what was the outcome of your rv trailer parked at your house?
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Read the restrictions CAREFULLY. My old boss lived in a community where he occasionally brought home is boat and parked it in the driveway for a week or two. The HOA came after him each time. He read the restrictions carefully and found that he could park the boat on his lawn and no one could say anything. After a couple of weekends with the boat on the lawn...they quit coming after him.
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Old 10-23-2015, 05:27 AM   #49
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I for one am darn glad that rules are in place to keep RVs/boats/etc from being stored in driveways and yards. I think it really takes a lot away from a neighborhood when allowed.

Many have no concern about what their property looks like. Just one house that behaves that way can be bad enough, let alone a whole neighborhood. Also, these vehicles attract thieves and tweakers looking to steal anything they can carry. No thanks. I'll take my neighborhood's no rv storage any day over living in blight.

Calling someone a bully for wanting the rules enforced to help keep his property's value up is a bit over the top.
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Old 10-23-2015, 08:33 AM   #50
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In my neighborhood lots of people have extended / parallel driveway pads with Motor Homes parked neatly beside the house. Zero problem and not an eye sore. The Bully neighbor sounds like one of these dorks thats calling the cops all the time and probably got beat up a lot when he was a kid.
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Old 10-23-2015, 04:56 PM   #51
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HOA's are the work of the devil. I agree, read the text very carefully and you may be able to tell the neighbor get lost. It may take a lawyer and some court time, but you need to know the exact applicability and exact text of the (maybe) requirement. A decent lawyer could argue the trailer requirement is for living during construction only and not applicable to storage, as one example.

If it says not visible from the street and that is valid, it could be as simple as build a fence to cover the view and you would be in compliance.

don't let the neighborhood bully win until you fight with equal response. He is probably a coward too chicken $hit to actually talk to you in person.
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