Federal & State Laws That Modify POA Documents


Federal & State Laws That Modify POA Documents - State Bar of Texas, Advanced Property Owners Association Law, Author Alex Vales

This paper addresses a number of laws—federal and state—that apply to Texas POAs.1 Because covenants arise out of contract, in the event of a conflict with a statute, the statute will control. Accordingly, before advising a POA with regard to its rulemaking authority or enforcement options, one should consider whether the issue being addressed is covered by an existing law. Continue Reading



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