I live in skagit county washington on my own property, paid in cash in 2007. When I purchased the property there were 2 RVs. On April 26, 2016 i received a letter stating that one of the RV's had to be removed by May 20, 2016 or I would be fined $100.00/day and to add more insult I can only live on my property in an RV 180 days per year. I am disabled and live on $700/month. I have lived here full time since 2012. Can they do this to me? I am compliant with the home owners association which has more than 300 full time residents, most of which live in RV's, park models and a few stick built homes. Seems like another war on the poor and elderly. Any advice will be appreciated. Also, I am hooked up to water, power and septic and no its not an eyesore.
You do not state who is limiting your property rights. If you have restrictions on your title giving authority to an HOA then maybe, but that type of limitation is consistent with RV park rental space. Ask the writer of the letter to "cite their authority" or to show you what rule you agreed to that gives them rights over your property.
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