Texas Homeowners Association Law is an essential guidebook on all Texas and Federal laws governing the administration and operation of Texas Homeowners Associations and is the only comprehensive legal reference manual that is written specifically for directors, officers and homeowners in Texas Homeowners Associations.
Organized by topic and written in plain English, Texas Homeowners Association Law provides a straightforward explanation of the rights, duties, and responsibilities of Texas Homeowners Associations and homeowners, and the answers to the most common questions that arise in association-governed communities in Texas, including:
- Rights and Duties of Texas Homeowners
- Creation and Scope of Homeowners Associations’ Authority and Powers
- Procedural Requirements for Board and Membership Meetings
- Directors’ and Officers’ Duty of Care
- Assessment Collection and Assessment Lien Foreclosure
- Architectural Review of Proposed Construction Projects
- Restrictive Covenant Interpretation and Enforcement
- Amendment of Governing Documents
Revised and updated, the Third Edition of Texas Homeowners Association Law incorporates all of the pertinent new laws enacted through the 2015 Texas legislative session and includes more than twenty-five sample forms for use by Texas Homeowners Associations and homeowners.
In addition, with more than 2,500 annotations and citations to Texas and Federal statutes and appellate court decisions, as well as a table of authorities and subject index to assist readers in quickly identifying applicable topics by key words or subject matter, Texas Homeowners Association Law is also an indispensable tool for property managers, realtors, and attorneys who work with association-governed communities in Texas.
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