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Re: Opposition to liveaboards
Randy, you bascially make no point relevant to liveaboards and boats. Except to say that a home is a home, and if someone has to abide by terms dictated by their landlord or their HOA or some other party who restricts the resident's rights--then there can be conflicts.
No working on the starter? No picnic table? Gee, most MOAs won't let you put up a clothesline to dry your laundry, either.
The boat has got nothing to do with it. You just want to rent your property on your own terms, and as the owner, you're entitled to do that. I hope you pick your house tenants better than your dock tenants though, because you never know when some unreasonable sneaky tenant is going to do some damn fool thing that hang up a sheet to dry. Or heaven's forbid, wash their car.