Source Publication Abbreviation
Ohio St. L.J.
This article examines property owner association decision making and the current standards of judicial review that prevail in reported cases.
Part II outlines the factual and legal background of property owner associations. Part III provides an overview of the consent/coercion debate. Part IV addresses regulation without consent. Part V analyzes measuring utility under the efficiency principle. Part VI examines measuring harm under the unanimity and compensation principles. Part VII explores protection of personhood interests.
Robert G. Natelson,
Consent, Coercion, and "Reasonableness" in Private Law: The Special Case of the Property Owners
, 51 Ohio St. L.J. 41
Available at: https://scholarship.law.umt.edu/faculty_lawreviews/66