Delay Causes Loss for HOA in Lawsuit Over House Color by M2E client, Mark Smiley

posted on Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 by Nina Tanazevic

The approval of the colors which homeowners may use to paint the exterior of their homes is one of the most common architectural review stipulations that homeowners’ associations use to maintain aesthetic standards for their communities.

Many HOAs require the prior review and approval of proposed house colors by architectural review committees, which are typically overseen by three parcel owners who are not also members of the association’s board of directors.

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