- April 20, 2017
- Posted by: CCM
- Category: News
Experience has shown a three letter format to be most effective.
First Letter – A friendly, but formal notice to advise the owner that the violation exists and needs to be corrected on a timely basis.
Second Letter – A firm and formal warning that the violation needs to be corrected. The letter encourages the owner to contact the management company and provide a date that the violation will be corrected.
Third Letter – A third and final warning letter notifying the homeowner that if the violation is not corrected the file will be turned over to the fining committee, municipal code enforcement, or the association attorney.