Texas Homeowners Association Law: The Essential Legal Guide for Texas Homeowners Associations and Homeowners

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Two Harbors Press, 2010 - Law - 587 pages
"Texas Homeowners Association Law" is an essential guide on all laws governing the administration and operation of Texas Homeowners Associations and is the only comprehensive legal reference manual written specifically for Texas homeowners living in association-governed communities or persons serving in leadership positions in those Associations.

Organized by topic, this book provides a straightforward explanation of the rights, duties, and responsibilities of all parties, and the answers to the most common questions that arise in association-governed communities in Texas.

"Texas Homeowners Association Law" includes more than 20 sample forms, as well as a table of authorities and subject index to assist readers in identifying applicable topics by key words or subject matter. With more than 1,500 annotations and citations to Texas and Federal statutes and appellate court decisions, it is also an indispensable tool for anyone who works with association-governed communities in Texas.

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While meeting with our HOA attorney in Executive Session, I referenced this book many times on various topics. After reviewing my copy, he inquired about its cost. When I told him the price, he could't believe it and stated it was well worth $150.00 and he would own by weeks end.

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This easy to read, reference guide is a MUST have for every Texas HOA Board Member. I was afraid it might be a little overwhelming for our small, inexperienced board, but was delighted when I received my first copy and began researching the 2011 legislative changes.
The book adressed every problem we WERE (and ARE currently) facing. It certainly has been a crash course in the legalities of Homeowner subdivisions. Thank you Greg Cagle for your time and expertise in providing us the means to accomplish our goals!
My Recommendation: BUY the book. It's the best investment your BOD can make!
 

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About the author (2010)

Gregory S. Cagle is a partner in the law firm of Armbrust & Brown, L.L.P., in Austin, Texas, and has been representing Texas Homeowners Associations and homeowners for more than ten years. He is a member of the Community Associations Institute and a frequent speaker on topics related to association-governed communities.

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