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Former board voted to bring lawsuit against homeowner for violation of view obstruction policy, namely, they wanted homeowner to remove 3 palm trees. The view obstruction was minimal. The case went to court and HOA lost because it did not follow its own view obstruction policy in that it did not consider the cost to the homeowner for removal of the trees. After two years of litigation, attorney fees owed to defendant attorney are $50,000 (reduced from $275,000 by court) and $200,000 to HOA attorney. Case should never have been brought, and by taking the offensive the HOA took us from a position of insurance coverage to no insurance coverage. Special assessment vote barely passed, and now each HO must pay $2,000. Can I as individual HO sue former board for the $2,000 I must pay?