Re: Limited Common Elements and HOA Dues
From: Ann Zabaldo (
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 20:22:19 -0700 (PDT)
Jessie -- I know you're busy w/ hurricane season so "double extra thanks"
for responding to my first query.

Does anyone else out there have any information on why maintenance and
replacement of on-ground patios can be fully charged to the homeowner?  And
what the logic is for homeowners actually owning rear on-ground patios but
not rear decks or balconies?

Just trying to suss out the logic in all this ...

Ann Zabaldo
Takoma Village
Washington, DC

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On 10/14/05 6:18 PM, "Dahako [at]" <Dahako [at]> wrote:

> Hi Ann and all-
> No clue on the patio logic.  My brain was fried just trying to dredge  up the
> info I posted -- been real busy in my corner of the world this hurricane
> season.
> -Jessie Handforth Kome
> Eastern Village Cohousing
> "Where our common kitchen stove is on order, but we cook for each other
> anyway."
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