A case study of the challenges faced by Tampa, Florida's Northdale Community Association in enforcing deed restrictions.
...The problem is that "the community association doesn't have the power to enforce deed restrictions. In fact, because the original developer of the 2,700-home community never established a mandatory homeowners association, there was no way to make those rules stick. Now, in light of the heavy volume of complaints, civic leaders are fine-tuning their enforcement methods."
Thanks to alt.planning.urban newsgroup
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