Ray Ronan wrote:Was wondering if anyone has experienced dealings with a contentious "road owner" that has resented the formation of the association. He resides but does not own a home on the road that he owns. The way I read the law he does not even have a vote as he does not traditionally benefit from the road. Is he included in any association dealings/decisions? Thoughts?
Wondering what you mean when you say "he owns the road?" How did that come about?
How does he reside there -- as a renter, in a tent, as a squatter -- what? Because as owner of a parcel -- if he does own a parcel -- on the road, he benefits. The road is his access and if he did not have it he would be up a creek.
Not owning a home on a parcel does not mean that the owner of that parcel does not benefit. The value of the parcel is enhanced by a road, by access, no matter whether there is a home on it or not. It all comes down to whether he owns the parcel or not.