|Deed Restrictions (Restrictive Covenants)|
|Tuesday, 09 June 2009 21:54|
For your convenience NASWC has scanned the following restrictive covenants and deed restrictions. These electronic copies should not take the place of obtaining your own notorized copies from the County should you have a legal dispute. Viewing these files require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. The file sizes range from 495kb to 933kb so if you are on a dial-up connection, please be patient.
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Commercial / Non-Residential RCs
Anderson Mill MUD and Springwoods MUD
Restrictive Covenant Enforcement
Got a problem with a neighbor? Do you think a neighbor is violating the restrictive covenants in your area? Complete the Restrictive Covenant Complaint Form online, print, sign, and mail it into NASWC. Someone from the RC Committee will be in contact with you.
The Restrictive Covenant violation resolution process at Springwoods MUD and Anderson Mill MUD is complaint-driven just as it is with NASWC. If you believe there is a Restrictive Covenant violation within a MUD district, you must contact that MUD district to remedy the situation. NASWC can help but we do not govern those areas. In addition to collecting written complaints from neighbors, both MUDs have hired independent contractors to tour their areas on a regular basis and issue warning letters against violators, giving the owner a specific number of days to resolve the violation.
Anderson Mill MUD governs a small portion of our community known as Anderson Mill Village. Not sure where that is? Go here.
If you live in the City of Austin’s jurisdiction within our community, please use these resources when dealing with violations of CoA Codes, Ordinances, or Nuasance Laws.
|Last Updated on Monday, 22 March 2010 14:29|