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ajriding

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Posted: 04/22/20 11:05am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Lantley wrote:

ajriding wrote:

Lantley wrote:

ajriding wrote:

still stupid post.
If you sign an agreement then do not like it later, you still have to abide by it. An illness going around does not nullify your signed agreement unless there is a virus clause in it. Stupid to complain about this on an RV forum. You signed the agreement apparently to not park an RV in your yard or on the street.
If you want to ask the HOA if you can use the RV for your circumstances then that is up to the HOA to allow it or not. This is not an RV issue for us. You signed the agreement! Why did you sign the agreement?

Does this mean I can open my restaurant or barbershop and ignore the shut down orders because I have a signed agreement allowing me to do so?
The government issued me a license signed by the governor that said I could operate my business.


Possibly so, you will have to try it in court unfortunately. That (your store)
is a Constitutional issue, much more complex than a simple HOA agreement that says you cannot park an RV in your driveway, yard, or the street, this is pretty straight-forward. People are home more and even more so don't want to look at your junky RV all day. Park it somewhere that allows you to, or convert your garage. I see no reason to make an exception here if they do not want to afford you this. What even is this post for? Maybe better placed in some random HOA forum instead.

How ironic to suggest trying it in court. Unfortunately the courts are closed due the pandemic. So maybe it's a good for the Doc to just park his RV and let the HOA take him to court!


It is all about the agreement he signed in good faith. The HOA probably has the authority, by his consent in the signed HOA agreement, to come in and tow the RV off for non compliance.
This is not about freedoms or rights, this is a simple contract law issue. He singed on the dotted line that he would not park RV in the neighborhood. There is really nothing further to discuss.
I doubt there is a pandemic clause in the HOA agreement. I doubt there is any clause that allows for the agreed upon rules to be broken, but that is different for each individual neighborhood HOA contract. Many of those HOA's use cookie-cutter contracts too.
The HOA board probably does have the authority to consider anything, but their decision would be final.
When you sign a legal document, then that document is binding. That is how contracts work, pandemic or not. We still uphold laws in this country.
You people thinking all goes into the trash because the media has stirred you into a frenzy are the ones who rolled out the Red Carpet for Aldolf

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Posted: 04/22/20 01:01pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ugh. So much garbage in this thread. I deleted what I could. I think the discussion has run its course though, so I'm closing it.

For future reference, please keep the rhetoric about Hitler and the Nazis out of your posts. It really doesn't help to make your point.

And yes, I do see the irony of the moderator shutting down the active discussion because of too much talk about the Nazis. Sorry.

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