Grady County, Oklahoma is home to the community of Chichasha, which also happens to be the Grady County seat.
Known as the business and employment center for the county, Chickasha is named for its strong Native American heritage. Originally founded by a Rock Island Railroad executive, who traveled through the area during railway expansion, Chickasha has grown into a city with a vibrant agriculture industry. Both cattle and wheat production have historically been integral to the town’s economy.
Situated just a short distance to the southwest of Oklahoma City, Chickasha measures approximately 18.1 square miles in size, and has a population of roughly 16,000 people. Its population has become deeply invested in the town’s arts culture, with Chickasha also being home to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, which hosts various festivals throughout the year.
Many communities throughout the Chickasha area have a homeowners association, or HOA, that requires an agreement, or covenant, when purchasing property. Since disputes over terms of these agreements frequently arise, residents may require legal counsel at some point in their personal lives or careers.
Covenant Enforcement in Chickasha
When purchasing property that is part of an HOA, it is important to understand the terms of the covenant fully. These agreements typically outline things that a homeowner may or may not do with regard to maintaining the appearance of the property, and ultimately, the appeal of the neighborhood. If a party breaks the terms of the covenant, it can prompt the neighborhood to have a depressed value and appeal, which becomes a burden for other homeowners in the area.
Oftentimes, when a person breaks a covenant, a community nuisance case is filed and the court issues an injunctive remedy. An injunctive remedy can order the breaching party to cease breaking the terms of the agreement. Situations like this require a trial attorney, who can litigate on your behalf and help you achieve success.
If you or someone you know is experiencing an issue with covenant enforcement, there are attorneys in the Chickasha area who can provide sound counsel regarding your options moving forward.
The attorneys at Rick Dane Moore and Associates have a proven success in litigating cases regarding covenant enforcement. Our founder, Mr. Moore, has more than 25 years of litigation experience, and our attorneys have litigated these types of cases many times in the past, building a shining success record along the way.
Whether you are a developer, residence owner, community stakeholder or a malefactor, our attorneys will consult with you and formulate the optimal strategy for success.
We understand the frustrations that accompany HOA issues, and we welcome your call today. To schedule a preliminary consultation with a member of our experienced team, call us at (405) 366-0373.
Directions to Our Norman, OK FBusiness Law Attorneys From Chickasha
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Chickasha , OK
Total Est. Time: 31 mins
Total Est. Distance: 31.2 mi
- Head east on US-277 N/US-62 E/W Choctaw Ave toward N 3rd St
- Turn left to merge onto I-44 E toward Oklahoma City/Turnpike
- Merge onto I-44 E
- Keep right at the fork to stay on I-44 E
- Take the exit toward H.E. Bailey Spur/Norman/Blanchard
- Merge onto H. E. Bailey Turnpike Norman Spur
- Continue onto OK-9 E
- Turn right onto Western Ave
- Destination will be on the right
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