reached out to the attorney representing the homeowners
association, and he told Action News he couldn't comment because
of confidentiality issues.
attorney Braxton Gillem says when you choose to
buy into a deed restricted community, you're
agreeing to live with those restrictions. Gillem,
says, "That obligation runs with the land
just like your obligation to pay your mortgage and
if you don't pay, your association can
And that's what's happening to the Rodriquez's.
They've hired an attorney and are fighting for
their chance to be heard. "I'm going to lose
my home over this, I'm going to lose my home over
judge recently ordered both sides into mediation. Noemi hopes they
can finally come to terms and figure out what, if anything, they
Lawyers say if you receive a notice from your HOA about an unpaid
fine or assessment, don't ignore it. Contact the board, or
management company immediately.