Can the association restrict video or television antenna?
Generally, an association cannot restrict video or television antennas in a condominium project. However, if a video or television antenna, including a satellite dish, has a diameter or diagonal measurement of more than thirty-six inches, the association may impose “reasonable restrictions,” provided the restrictions do not significantly increase the cost of the video or television system, including all related equipment or significantly decrease the efficiency or performance of the system.
- Can the association prohibit a homeowner from keeping a dog or pet within his or her residential unit?
- Can the CC&R’s be amended to require you to remove your pets?
- The Association Is Requiring You To Remove Your Cat And Dog From Your Residence
- What types of flags may be prohibited by the association?
- Your Association Will Not Allow You To Put A Flag In Front Of Your Residence
- Can an association convey common area to a member?
- Can the association restrict video or television antenna?