Operating your Community within Federal Guidelines
Updated: Mar 11, 2021
FEDERAL LAWS APPLY TO HOA'S AND CONDOMINIUMS
(COMMON INTEREST COMMUNTIES)
Homeowners associations generally fall under state laws. State legislatures enact statutes authorizing HOA’s and Condominiums within a state, and, for the most part, state laws and regulations govern how they operate. But that doesn’t mean federal statutes don’t have an impact.
A number of federal laws directly affect HOA / Condominium functions. An association's operations must adhere to the details of these laws and carefully discern what they can and cannot do while providing protections to both homeowners and the general public.
Violations of federal laws have severe consequences if violated. Board members and those making decisions on behalf of the association need to be familiar with the federal laws that apply to their community.
Some of the applicable laws (and their links) are:
Use the links above to learn more about each Federal Law affecting your community.
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