Q: We rent in a area that has a hoa. Well it seems they don’t like us
We rent in a area that has a hoa. Well it seems they don’t like renters, the management company that handles our hoa has been sending letters to our landlord accusing us of bringing criminal activity to the neighborhood. My boyfriend got tools taken out of his truck, we have it on video, but the hoa manage wrote a letter to out landlord saying it was my son who took the tools, well the video showed it was not my son. She even said the police have been called on us and that also is not true. She also said my son kicked our door in, not true. My neighbors are all now talking bad about us, she didn’t only send letters to our landlord but to all the hoa members. I am no longer comfortable living here. I have medical issues and this is causing me so much stress, making these worse, I even suffered a small stroke. How do I get them to stop, it is creating unnecessary tension between us and our landlord
you should make an appt with a local attorney with HOA experience.
s/he can send a letter demanding a retraction and consider a defamation lawsuit.
if the facts are strong enough you might find a lawyer that will take the case on a contingency............can you tied in your med conditions to the facts presented?
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