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  • HOA Breaches, Contract Breaches, and HOA Fine as a result of Real Property

    Management of Las Vegas, LLc.

    This document shows evidence of RPMLV llc’s willful and negligent misconduct involving the

    maintenance of the property yard during the end of 2014 and through 2015. On 23 February, 2015, an

    email was forwarded to me as a courtesy from the HOA, and the HOA sent a separate communication to

    RPMLV llc. The email informed me that there was a weeds violation on the property. See Figure 1 and 2.

    I sent my own copy of the email to RPMLV LLc Property Manager Crystal on 24 February, 2015. See

    Figure 3. Crystal responded on 25 February, 2015, directly to the HOA informing them that the “Weeds

    will be removed by March 5, 2015”. Further, the record provided by the HOA indicates that the HOA had

    communicated with RPMLV about separate weeds violations during December 2014 and April 2015.

    RPMLV llc had responded with acknowledgement directly to the HOA in both instances. See Figure 4.

    Per the Residential Lease and YARD CARE AND MAINTENANCE ADDENDUM, RPMLV llc is required to give

    the tenant 10 days to make corrections to violations. If the correction is not made, RPMLV llc shall make

    the correction themselves at the expense of the tenant. They have had numorous problems with

    adhering to this section of the contract in the past.

    On 17 April, 2015, RPMLV llc was contacted about weeds in the front yard by the HOA. RPMLV llc

    claimed to the HOA to have informed the tenant on 4 May, 2015. However, RPMLV llc chose to ignore

    the situation and allowed it to degrade.

    This resulted in the HOA notifying RPMLV llc again with a final notice on 22 May, 2015, which RPMLV llc

    ignored as well, and the HOA notifying RPMLV llc again with a $100 fine against my property on 23 June,

    2015 which was also ignored. Both of those notices were sent directly to RPMLV llc by the HOA. RPMLV

    llc made no attempt to inform me of the situation, while the HOA is only required to contact one party,

    RPMLV llc.

    On 28 July, 2015, I contacted the HOA to determine the yearly amount of HOA dues. The HOA informed

    me of the weeds in the yard and I informed the HOA that I would be having a landscaping company

    come out monthly to ensure the property was taken care of, since RPMLV llc had repeatedly failed to do

    so. As can be heard and seen on the August 10 Audio meeting recording, in Appendix 3, RPMLV was

    aware of the weeds, the need to remove them, and only then claimed to be setting a work order for the

    issue, over 4 months late. The $100.00 fine against my account due to RPMLV llc’s willful misconduct

    and gross negligence can be seen in Figure 5.

  • Figure 1: This image shows an email from the HOA, as a courtesy email.

  • Figure 2: An image of the attachment provide by the HOA. A Courtesy Notice for weeds violation addressed.

  • Figure 3: This image is of the email I forwarded to Crystal Yoder, from the HOA, informing RPMLV to inform the tenant.

    Figure 4: This image denotes the communications the HOA had with RPMLV, provided by the HOA. It indicates that RPMLV was notified of weeds in December 2014, and responded 7 days later that the matter would be corrected no later than the 23rd. In

    February 2015, RPMLV was contacted by the HOA for a separate violation for weeds and RPMLV responded on the 25th stating that the weeds would be removed by March 5th. In April 2015, RPMLV was contacted again for a separate weeds violation and

    RPMLV responded 18 days later that the tenant had been notified. RPMLV allow the situation to progress, even after receiving a Final Notice on 22 May, and a fine against the property on 23 June. I contact the HOA in July to verify the status of the property and that I would be having a landscaping company come out monthly to ensure the property was taken care of, since RPMLV

    had failed to do so.

  • Figure 5: An image of the yearly dues and the June 23rd $100.00 Weeds fine charged to my account.