Sunday, May 08, 2011

Half dozen Arizona bills limiting HOA powers become law

Arizona homeowners associations are losing a few more of their powers.
They can no longer ban political and real-estate signs, flagpoles or parking on public streets, according to six bills signed into law by Gov. Jan Brewer. And association boards can't restrict political activity in public areas, force residents to buy "approved" signs, ban the "tea party's" Gadsden flags or charge more than $400 in HOA "transfer" fees on a home sale.

2 comments:

pvtgov said...

Actually there were 7 bills. The seventh bill, SB 1148, with its very import restoration of due process protections by means of OAH adjudication is missing. I wonder why the media is keeping silent?

Anonymous said...

Do you know which bill prohibits them from prohibiting parking on a public street? dgojr2001@yahoo.com