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Chances are no one will disagree with the fact that the balance of power in a homeowners' association is very heavily tipped in favor of the association. And sometimes board members act as if the inordinate authority they have is limitless. We have all heard comments, mostly from board members, that the board can do anything it wants. Can they? Are they as powerful as they seem to believe they are and can they really do anything they want to do? Do individual homeowners have any rights at all in a mandatory membership homeowners' association?

On The Commons with me this week is David Kahne. David, a Houston, Texas attorney who is also affiliated with the ACLU, is one of those rare attorneys who, not only will represent homeowners against their associations, but is very knowledgeable in HOA law as well. He challenged some of the powers associations believed they had in Texas, took it all they up to the Supreme court and won. Please join us On The Commons. We'll learn the history of why this matter ended up in court and we'll get all the details of the Brooks v. Northglen Association opinion. You won't want to miss it.  Download David Kahne
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