I hate restrictive HOAs. However, you bought the property and accepted their rules. If they say you have to provide them a copy of the lease, then that's what you signed up for.
I recommend contacting the HOA, pleading ignorance, asking forgiveness, and begging them to reduce the charges to something more reasonable.
First, in the HOA bylaws, CCR's, etc., does it say penalty and for how many months ? If new rule, then are you grandfathered in before new rule?
Last resort, plead you did not know, waiver, and ignorance.
Sorry to hear that, they are real strict in Vegas I know. I would say that is very aggressive fee. Wonder if you could negotiate before you get an attorney involved. I would read the small print on your HOAs as well. Good luck.
Attend a board meeting. That can go a long way.
Fees for violating the CC&Rs or any resolution must be "reasonable," and $2k for merely failing to provide a copy of your privately held contract with the renters is NOT "reasonable." I recommend you visit this site - https://www.hopb.co/nevada/ - and do a little research into what Nevada statutes say/define "reasonable" where fees like what you are being assessed are concerned. Here are the statues that govern HOAs in Nevada: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/NRS/NRS-116.html
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