Where is the Indiana law (or title name of Indiana law) that governs regulates the procedure a HOA management company must follow in alerting a homeowner of property violations of unkept property and how long a property owner has to correct violation before an action is taken by the HOA?
Indiana law currently does not contain any provisions concerning the procedure of alerting a homeowner of violations and how long the homeowner has to remedy the violation before action is taken. However, every HOA will have its own set of procedures, including notice requirements, disciplinary hearings, and violation remedies. You will find this information in your association’s governing documents, particularly the CC&Rs or the bylaws.
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