How often a HOA in Arizona can legally send violations to a homeowner?

Question:

Would like to know how often a HOA in Arizona can legally send violations to a homeowner?
Once a day, week, 10 days, 21 days, how often and an explanation where it states this in the law.

Steven

 

Answer:

Hi Steven,

Arizona law does not specify how often an HOA can send violation letters to a homeowner. However, under Arizona Revised Statutes Section 33-1803, a homeowner who receives a violation letter may send, via certified mail, a written response to the HOA within 21 calendar days after the date of the notice.

The HOA should then provide a response within 10 business days after the receipt of the certified mail. If not already provided in the notice of violation, this response should contain the following:

1. The provision of the community documents that has allegedly been violated.
2. The date of the violation or the date the violation was observed.
3. The first and last name of the person or persons who observed the violation.
4. The process the member must follow to contest the notice.

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