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Pedas2

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But this raises a question: HOW do you discriminate against a street?
I understand that it's legal to discriminate against a street in an HOA, by removing a streetlight. It's ironic that some HOA members who thought it was a waste of money to install the streetlight on the darkest street, were opposed to having streetlights in front of their houses removed on the street they reside in.
 

Pedas2

Junior Member
How is it possible to know whether a case that has been remanded by a state Supreme Court to a lower trial court, actually was re-tried? Most people assume the state Supreme Court ruling stands. HOA attorneys still cite this case as a reason for an HOA to maintain a safe and secure neighborhood and act as a landlord.
 

Zigner

Senior Member, Non-Attorney
I understand that it's legal to discriminate against a street in an HOA, by removing a streetlight. It's ironic that some HOA members who thought it was a waste of money to install the streetlight on the darkest street, were opposed to having streetlights in front of their houses removed on the street they reside in.
It's not a question of whether it's legal to discriminate against a "street", rather, it's a question of whether it's possible (it's not).
 

stealth2

Under the Radar Member
I understand that it's legal to discriminate against a street in an HOA, by removing a streetlight. It's ironic that some HOA members who thought it was a waste of money to install the streetlight on the darkest street, were opposed to having streetlights in front of their houses removed on the street they reside in.
DUDE - you can discriminate against people - NOT inanimate objects.
 

Pedas2

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It's not a question of whether it's legal to discriminate against a "street", rather, it's a question of whether it's possible (it's not).
Yes, logically it is impossible to discriminate against an inanimate object, but it is understood that the discussion is about HOA members living on that street their monthly dues support the maintenance of.
 
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