Can the Homeowners Association Amend Existing Pets and Animals Out of the Property?

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“The Home Owners Association of which I am a member is submitting for approval an amendment to the current Covenants which would proscribe the keeping of horses. Since horses were specifically allowed when I purchased my property and I have already invested in stalls and tack, do I have any legal recourse for an exception to the (new) restriction? Is there any relevant Georgia case law?”

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Unfortunately, this is such a specific situation, and specific to Georgia law, that you really need to consult with a Georgia attorney who specializes in Georgia property law in general, and homeowners associations in particular.



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