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HOA costs petition for Cape Homeowners - Wilmington NC

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Wasteful use of homeowners dues for salaries which have increased over the course of two years from 63,000.00 to total in excess of $110,000.00 per year for less than 600 home community. Failure to credit surplus funds back to member dues accounts in accordance with North Carolina General Statute §47F‑3‑114. Failure to provide adequate security gates in response to overwhelmingly increased criminal activity in the same period.(update: gates installed since 2008 were funded by an individual member, not paid with dues) Failure to control the illegal actions of the property manager and wastefully providing employees with new and used vehicles and fuel for personal use. VERY IMPORTANT: Your petition signature needs to be followed up with a signed fixed dues bylaw amendment form located at this link: This electronic petition will be printed and anonymous signatures will be printed and identified at that point. If you receive any negative messages, or fining harassment from anyone employed here, the HOA attorney, neighbors, or board members, please forward the details by email to The figures above are represented between the period 2005 and 2007; on the year end CPA's community expense report from Thompson, Price & Scott. View daily activity and resident feedback comments about The Cape Petition at . To volunteer, please send an email to Google keyword: thecapepetition

Addendum: The language below has been cited from the disbarment order entered by The North Carolina State Bar against the attorney whose firm also represented The Cape Homeowners Association:

3. Defendant's conduct was directed toward a client of almost twenty years.

The Hearing Panel has considered all of the factors enumerated in 27 N.C.A.C. 1B §
.0l14(w)(l)(2) and (3) of the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar and finds the following factors are applicable.
a. Circumstances reflecting the defendant's lack of honesty, trustworthiness, or
b. Elevation of the defendant's own interest above that of the client;
c. Negative impact of defendant's actions on the client's or public's perception of the
d. Acts of dishonesty, misrepresentation, deceit or fabrication;
e. Misappropriation or conversion of assets to which defendant was not entitled from a client;
f. Dishonest or selfish motive;
g. A pattern of misconduct; and
h. Multiple offenses.
3. Defendant caused significant harm to his client...
4. Defendant's repeated commission of criminal acts reflecting adversely on his
honesty, trustworthiness or fitness as a lawyer caused significant potential harm to the legal profession, in that criminal conduct tends to bring the legal profession into disrepute.


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