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Court nixes homeowners’ association bid to buy golf courses  (access required)

Group can levy assessments and acquire property, but it can’t use the first to do the second

A Craven County homeowners’ association cannot force its members to foot the bill for the purchase of two golf courses and other recreational amenities, the N.C. Court of Appeals has ruled. The Fairfield Harbour Property Owners Association in New Bern wanted to use the annual assessments it collects from members to buy the amenities. But several homeowners objected to the proposal, arguing that the association’s declarations barred it from using assessments to finance the deal.

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