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    Deeded Right Away

    What is the name of your state? New Hampshire
    I bought a house that had a deeded right away thru a camp ground. It has since been converted to a condo association. There are a set of gates at the entrance in which you need a card to access. Before it was converted I was able to have as many gate cards that I wanted. Now the association changed the card system and has put a limit of 4 for the people in the association. I am not part of this association. I have asked for more cards and been denied. I have also told them that I would be willing to purchase the cards and have been denied. This is an issue since I don't even have enogh cards for my immeadiate family. Do I have any legal way of getting more cards? Or how about getting the gates removed all together. This is my full time home as compared to the rest of the people they are not allowed to live there year round.
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    Re: Deeded Right Away

    Originally posted by wbr
    What is the name of your state? New Hampshire
    I bought a house that had a deeded right away thru a camp ground. It has since been converted to a condo association. There are a set of gates at the entrance in which you need a card to access. Before it was converted I was able to have as many gate cards that I wanted. Now the association changed the card system and has put a limit of 4 for the people in the association. I am not part of this association. I have asked for more cards and been denied. I have also told them that I would be willing to purchase the cards and have been denied. This is an issue since I don't even have enogh cards for my immeadiate family. Do I have any legal way of getting more cards? Or how about getting the gates removed all together. This is my full time home as compared to the rest of the people they are not allowed to live there year round.
    **A: if you are the beneficiary the deeded right of way, you should be able to get as many gate access cards as needed. Hire an attorney right away to send a demand letter to the HOA.
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    Deeded Right Away

    Thank you for the advise. Do you think I would any luck to get the gates removed?
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    Re: Deeded Right Away

    Originally posted by wbr
    Thank you for the advise. Do you think I would any luck to get the gates removed?
    **A: yes, ram the gates with your SUV at 2am on Sunday.
    Common sense dictates that the HOA residents deserve a secured property. The logical solution would be to get access for all your household drivers.

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