Drafting Homeowner Association Documents That Work
Probate and Property, May/June 2002, Volume 16, Number 3
By Roger D. Winston and Gabrielle Osman Sigel
Properly drafted documents are intended to reflect the intention of the parties and withstand the changes of time. Many documents governing homeowners associations fail to meet these goals because they are ambiguous or inconsistent or do not contain the flexibility needed to address changes in the law, association interests, or technological advances.