Q: Is a property owners association required to share other owners contact information with a property owner of that sudivi
I am an owner of a dockominum association. The manager and Board of directors have refused to give any contact information on the other owners of the development. Is there a law requireing them to make this information available to the other owners?
A: Association law can be very complex because there are statutory elements and contractual elements to the analysis. If Texas law does not provide you with a non-waivable statutory right to have contact information of other owners then you are going to rely on what the contract says. Many times associations do not want an obligation to disclose information like that because it can lead to insurrection. The drafting lawyers were probably careful to protect this type of information. That does not usually mean, however, that you can't go see the other owners in person or discover the information yourself by other means. The foregoing answer is provided by Douglas J Shumway, Esq.: (801) 478-8080. The answer provided is not intended to form an attorney client relationship and should not be construed as legal advice. Mr. Shumway is licensed only in Utah. Mr. Shumway's law firm has offices in Salt Lake City, San Antonio and Las Vegas.
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