There have been a number of recent amendments to Texas law which has affected homeowners’ associations and how they operate. Even with the recent changes, the Board of Directors for local homeowners’ associations not only have a great deal of power, but also heightened responsibilities related to their duties for the board.
Texas Property Code Chapters 202 through 209 are the most relevant statutes regarding property owners associations. However, because most homeowners’ associations are formed as non-profit corporations, the board also has the duties of running a non-profit as well.
Our attorneys can help your association with good governance, proper accounting and internal controls, assessments, title searches, foreclosures, and any other legal issues which might arise.