HOA dispute over yard sign sends neighborhood into bankruptcy

02/12/2013 | Washington Post, The

A dispute between a homeowners association and two residents over a political yard sign led to a four-year legal fight and a plot of land being put up for sale to pay the HOA's legal fees. The Olde Belhaven community in Virginia's Fairfax County asked Sam and Maria Farran to take down an "Obama for President" sign because it was 4 inches taller than allowed, but the Farrans fought back, and eventually won.

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