Anyone familiar with HOA Case Law Regarding HOAs controlling public streets?

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Diamond Member
Apr 25, 2004
I think such a thing exists because Canada has shitty land in da tundra. :p
The US is simply too valuable to go that far, even in outcast places like desert Nevada or a lot of the Midwest.

Older suburb SFH development with public plumbing is usually the best one can do in the States. (Well water is a bitch)
I don't know what you're talking about, I know plenty of semi suburban property still exists without HOA, even in some major areas.


Dec 15, 2015
Airspace is generally considered unowned, depending on the height and location, so you could always get a decent drone and just program it to fly laps around the HOA board member's houses trailing a giant banner with a phallus on it. Recharge overnight, kick it back off in the mornings.