Living with The HOA
If you live in a townhouse community then you are legally bound by the property's Homeowner's Association (HOA) rules.
This book is a collection of essays to guide prospective residents, residents, owners, Directors and Association officers.
The lessons generally apply to all HOAs and can apply wherever you live. The book cites specific links to the Bayshore documents to illustrate what to look for in your own documents.
The Appendix contains all three legal documents, in easy-to-read print, that were filed with the County Clerk to create the Bayshore Homeowners Association. The documents are:  the Articles of Incorporation,  the corporate bylaws, and  the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (DCCRs).
This book is a guide for prospective residents, residents, owners, Directors and Association officers. It extracts current, relevant and applicable information from the DCCRs, Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws.
Fortunately, the rules are few,