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Old 10-17-2017, 04:27 PM   #11
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MD is fairly lenient, at least the last time I checked (a long time ago). You had to have a car dealer's license if you want 7 or more unlicensed cars on your property. No "black tag" program.

Of course, damn near all the housing around here is inside an HOA any more. That law changed 30 or more years ago in that an HOA can be established in any neighborhood as long as it has "obvious boundaries" (like you are either in or not in a subdivision) so long as some supermajority of the occupants vote in favor. As in, you can vote against the HOA being established, lose, and be bound by it.

And, we are the people that HOAs were invented to exterminate.
It completely cracks me up to hear Americans railing against government, then willingly introducing yet another tier of government that they pay for.

The entire HOA system has been corrupted by petty-minded rules freaks, and we will NEVER buy a home bound by one.
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Old 10-17-2017, 04:39 PM   #12
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our neighborhood was founded with an HOA for 25 years.. and then after 25 years the HOA goes away and cannot be recreated.. our HOA can be a PITA if someone complains but no one wants to be on the board.. every year they have elections and send out all kinds of flyers trying to get people to run.. the board is supposed to be 9 members and i think we have 5 currently.. so anyone that wants to could be one.. but no one does.. and other neighbors just cpmplain about the HOA .. those complainers could walk right into the board but dont..

it would be neat if ohio had a street-parking-only tag.. but they dont.. however a vehicle parked on your own property can be un-tagged and uninsured.. just not driven on or parked on a public street.. the insurance law kicks in when you buy a tag so if you put a plate on it then it must be insured..
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