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Limitation on Notice of Delinquent Assessments in HOAs (4 of 4)

Limitation on Notices of Delinquent Assessments in HOAs was imposed by the court in In re Guajardo (Bankr ND Cal, Mar. 11, 2016, No. 1531452DM) 2016 Bankr LEXIS 769, *8. For the collection of deliquent assessment in HOAs, the general practice has been, and continues to be,  to record the Notice of Delinquent Assessment with the County Recorder for the specific amount due with a clause that provided the amount would be increased to include all future unpaid assessements.

Indemnity Does Not Always Protect HOA Directors (3 of 4)

Indemnity for an HOA Director does not mean a Director can take actions or fail to take actions without incurring liability.  To avoid liability a Director must act in accordance with the "business judgment rule" and with diligence.

Housing Crisis = Business Crisis

The California Department of Housing and Community Development distributes a weekly news update from various sources.  This week one of the articles was entitled "Housing crisis needs California lawmakers to build consensus now."  The opinion article is from the San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board, January 27, 2017.  

California HCD Publishes Summary of MRL

The California Department of Housing and Community Development ("HCD") through the Office of the  Mobilehome Ombudsman announced the establishment of the Mobilehome Assistance Center.  To contact the Mobilehome Assistance Center, the email address is MHassistance@hcd.ca.gov.

HOAs - Changes in the Law 2017 (1 of 4)

HOAs subject to the Davis-Stirling Act were not forgotten in Sacramento's annual enactment of ever more regulations. This is the first of four Blogs to address some of the changes in the statutory law in California affecting common interest developments.

Litigation: How to Manage Your Costs

Litigation is expensive. Some costs are absolute! Court fees are non-negotiable. Third party fees such as court reporters, depositions, process servers and others continue to rise. Attorney fees are expensive. What do you do if you need to file a lawsuit against a person or business?

Business - CA Supreme Court Weighs in on Breaks

Business is subject to not only the statutes passed by the California Legislature, along with the administrative regulations promulgated to further carry out the statute's "purpose" but also rulings from the California Courts related to statutes and regulations.

Business May Not Benefit - 2017 New CA Employment Laws

Business operations in California are regulation challenged as each year adds additional statutes and regulations.  2016 was no exception.  The California Department of Industrial Relations through the Office of the Director on December 28, 2016 issued its summary of all of the new employment statutes effective January 1, 2017.  To review the new employment laws, click here.

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