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"I believe that if a house can be sold without me personally getting something in my hand or signing something ... it is almost like communism," Boak said.
The home was sold and the proceeds were divided up, according to court documents, among the homeowner's association, attorneys, the master commissioner and Boak. Boak received about $88,000 from the sale of her house, about $40,000 less than it was worth.
reply to post by Divine Strake
Because they choose to when they buy the house.
Unless she owned it prior to the association coming in and did not vote for it, she knew what it was about. There are certain benefits to being part of a homeowners association which is why they are so popular.
That's something you can research on your own if you wish to know more.