Christmas display returns after court win

Jul 2013
53,992
57,859
Nashville, TN
#41
And you think that it is not a display of ego and hubris when the homeowners' association tried to legally prevent him from doing so?

Nobody is buying into your gestapo crap.



He may be an asshole, but the bigger asshole is someone who says what others ought to do with their own property.
No one forced him to buy into an HOA community..all of you fanatics think you should control the narrative..
 
Jan 2007
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480
Irrelevant
#42
No one forced him to buy into an HOA community..all of you fanatics think you should control the narrative..
Yes. He BOUGHT real property. He is therefore entitled to enjoy all the rights attendant to an absolute sale of real property.

Did you imagine any HOA has any say regarding the nature of this absolute sale?
 
Jul 2013
53,992
57,859
Nashville, TN
#43
Yes. He BOUGHT real property. He is therefore entitled to enjoy all the rights attendant to an absolute sale of real property.

Did you imagine any HOA has any say regarding the nature of this absolute sale?
:rolleyes:
Bylaws Legally Enforceable? ... In short-answer form, laws and rules made by the association are enforceable. In most cases, people enter the HOA contract agreement with the sense they will gain the added security of a stable or increasing property value because of the fact that they live in an HOA.
Not only ignorant, but belligerently ignorant...
 
Jan 2007
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480
Irrelevant
#44
:rolleyes:


Not only ignorant, but belligerently ignorant...
Ignorant?

But the courts ruled in favor of the homeowner. Clearly, the HOA bylaws cannot overcome the rights of an ABSOLUTE buyer -- or more accurately, the absolute owner did not consent on this specific prohibition and that nothing in the bylaws may be reasonably construed otherwise.

Ignorant, indeed!
 
Feb 2010
28,817
30,562
Sunny Bournemouth, Dorset
#45
And you think that it is not a display of ego and hubris when the homeowners' association tried to legally prevent him from doing so?

Nobody is buying into your gestapo crap.



He may be an asshole, but the bigger asshole is someone who says what others ought to do with their own property.
It's ego and hubris to ask him to respect the rules he signed up to? Do they allow you sharp objects where you are?
 
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Nov 2008
62,962
4,840
Washington state
#48
That's just being a whiny victim. No one enters into an HOA agreement against their will. I'd never live under an HOA agreement. But, it gets old listening to whiny little victims complain about the harsh rules of their HOA when THEY'RE the ones who agreed to all the rules and to live under them when they chose to purchase a house there. Don't like it? Buy somewhere else.
Looks like celebrating Christmas wasn’t against HOA rules and this resident got $60k because they broke the rules


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