I'm being sued by my homeowner's association for violating a code.?

I'm being sued by my homeowner's association for violating a code.? Topic: I'm being sued by my homeowner's association for violating a code.?
June 18, 2019 / By Arista
Question: I am not the only one breaking this particular code, so I don't feel like they have much legal ground unless the council sues everyone in violation (which includes some of their own members.) BUT Today THEIR lawyer sent over a packet of papers- demanding that I fill them out. They include questions about all of the builders that have been involved in our house, when we started construction, and who approved it. All of it isn't pertinent to the new construction that they are complaining about. AM I OBLIGATED TO DO THEIR RESEARCH FOR THEM?? - any help appreciated greatly!
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Zebinah Zebinah | 10 days ago
Did the lawyer serve papers on you specifically suing you or is he threatening you? You must read the HOA rules, code or what ever they call them and see what rights they afford you. There should be some process stipulated to address complaints. Coming out at you like this seems to be an intimidation tactic. Please go to a lawyer who works on real estate contracts specifically Home Owner's Association contracts Bring the contract with you and the other papers, think about what questions to ask. Look for referrals from real estate companies or Bar Association in your area. Ask if you can sue them! Good Luck
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It's clear that Eric Wallace, the author of the article you cite and AAAS Project Coordinator for the Science and Human Rights Program, publicly endorses the NSF's Science and Engineering Indicators 2000 report. The report specifically labels ostensible parapsychology phenomena such as ESP as pseudoscience, and Wallace specifically points out that "... the NSF report goes on to express concern over the enduring popularity of belief in pseudo-science and the paranormal, which is an element of scientific illiteracy." It's interesting that the AAAS is taking this position while still having the PA as an affiliate. Another interesting tidbit -- at the end of the article, Wallace lists The James Randi Educational Foundation as a resource which "works to increase scientific literacy and expose hoaxes." This does not bode well for the relationship between the PA and the AAAS.
Zebinah Originally Answered: What does the AAAS think of it's relationship with the Parapsychological Association?
I'm gonna go out on a limb here. I don't think Eric Wallace (Project Coordinator, AAAS Science and Human Rights Program) likes the Parapsychological Association. I think he does go a little overboard with “lack the critical thinking skills needed for responsible citizenship”, but that’s probably because I’m suspicious of who gets to decide which fields of study are acceptable and which are irrational beliefs. And who would that be, anyway? Anyone eyeing the job?

Silver Silver
Yes, your HOA can do what it did. First, it's not a company covered under the Fair Debt Collection Act. It is an association comprised of homeowners. This is no different than a county publishing a list of delinquent taxpayers. If you want to be left out of future publications, how about if you pay your HOA dues ?
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Oliver Oliver
If you are violating the code they have every right to sue you. You accepted the terms when you signed up and moved in. YOU need to get a lawyer to protect you ***..etts.
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