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Old 05-23-2015, 04:34 PM   #15
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What I'd like to see is the membership decide to open or close. It really is their decision...not mine.
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Ask to see a copy of the law. That should end the problem.
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What I'd like to see is the membership decide to open or close. It really is their decision...not mine.
If it's in the HOA bylaws, then the membership can vote to change them. But if it was part of the development agreement for zoning or something like that, then it might require petitioning the zoning authority for a change or variance.

Just because a neighboring park doesn't have such a requirement doesn't mean yours doesn't either. Depends on if it's a state/county/city ordinance or something in the development agreement or HOA docs.
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Old 05-23-2015, 05:46 PM   #18
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Ask to see a copy of the law. That should end the problem.

That's the plan for sure...I'll look at the doc's next week as well.
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That's the plan for sure...I'll look at the doc's next week as well.
Just be aware that when they say it's "the law", they might just mean it's
legally required". Which would be the case if it's in the HOA By Laws or Covenants, or if it's a requirement of the development agreement with the zoning authorities. It could very well not be an actual ordinance.
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I was thinking that if anyone was able to rent or sublease their site to an overnighter there may be a requirement for facilities. As well it is possible that the HOA has some sites that are not owned but are rented as practical.

I have visited several "owner parks" of varying ownership complexity and they have all had open washrooms. Some you had to go a long way for but they were there.
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Old 05-26-2015, 04:45 PM   #21
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If it's in the HOA bylaws, then the membership can vote to change them. But if it was part of the development agreement for zoning or something like that, then it might require petitioning the zoning authority for a change or variance.

Just because a neighboring park doesn't have such a requirement doesn't mean yours doesn't either. Depends on if it's a state/county/city ordinance or something in the development agreement or HOA docs.

Not in Bylaws and per Zoning we are private so nothing applies. Still waiting for someone to show me a law, but feel it is hearsay. Txs to all..
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Your best bet is to contact an attorney that specializes in HOA rules and regulations.

I am president of a HOA in a private deeded lot rv park and I can posivitely tell you that your park falls under some state, county, and city laws that you never knew existed.

Taking your existing documents to an attorney is the safest and least expensive way to find out what you can and cannot do.

Trust me on this, I speak from 8 years of experience on a HOA board.
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Not in Bylaws and per Zoning we are private so nothing applies...
Our house was private too, but still subject to a plethora of regulations, codes and ordinances - city, county, state and federal.
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Our house was private too, but still subject to a plethora of regulations, codes and ordinances - city, county, state and federal.

Txs...I'm waiting to see what that law is. As you stated doesn't mean one isn't out there. I can rule out City as we aren't in limits, County has already stated nothing, can't find anything under State nor Federal...but doesn't prove not. I have a feeling this may have been when the Developer was selling lots prior to transfer to HOA ownership.
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