- Aug 27, 2004
- Katy, Republic of Texas
Don't go using facts and logic here. Nobody wants that.
Originally Posted by ABN_CBT_ENGR
I am no fan of HOA's and a hard core individual rights supporter ( and the Constitution) and don't like restrictions in general but in all honesty, you didn't "give up" your rights if you bought a house covered by one- you technically "sold" them for a price and as a result are bound by them as a legitimate agreement. Assuming compliance with all laws such as discrimination, state laws etc...â€¦. As the private entity owner- they have the "right" to impose and negotiate terms and conditions in a contract As the free citizen- they have the "right" to accept, re-negotiate or walk away. Once the agreement is signed, its binding I cannot see that scenario as "anti" USA, Constitution or BOR