Originally Posted by DEPO
Get your Covenences also if it is a subdivision. TRUST ME ON THIS.
We are in an upper-middle class subdivision and right now we have two lawyers who are suing eachother and other residence, because one asked for anyone with trailers in their drives (against the rules) to move them.
The other one said ok, I will move my trailer, but anyone with a fence 4 foot 7 inches (rule is 4 foot 6) needs to take out their chainsaw and take an inch off. It is getting crazy.
So check them carefully!
Yep, that's exactly what I'd do if some sonofabitch complained about it. What's fair is fair.
In my subdivision you can't park a trailer on the street for more than 2 days. EVEN IF THE DAMN PLACE IS IN THE MIDST OF A NATURAL DISASTER.
Going through the "rules" for my area my GF found one disallowing all automotive repair inside
your garage. We called the city clerk and she said it was to keep people from having commercial shops in their garages. Well, in their rules about pets they allow them, but specifically allow dogs and cats, but no commercial breeding.
We didn't buy the house. If I had a prick neighbor, or prick code enforcement guy (which is exactly what we have) you end up in a neverending loop of bullshit.
I can't park in front of my house every other Tuesday. I was packing my truck to leave town, and the evil little bastard gave me a parking ticket. Waited until I went inside my house for another bag, gave the ticket and got out.
I am leaving this **** town at some expense. Always, ALWAYS read the rules before you buy or rent a house.