CC&R's are recorded with your county recorder. The management of the HOA should have copies available to review or purchase.
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Covenants governing land must be recorded in order to bind future purchasers. Thus, you can always get a copy from the land records office in your jurisdiction (city or county). Over time, some jurisdictions are posting their recorded documents online.Ask a similar question