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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.  

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.

A Commerical Development Approved in Your Neighborhood - Now What?

You read in a newspaper or online a new commercial development has been approved by the City/County in your neighborhood.  You do not want the commercial development.  What can you do to stop it?

Litigation & Attorney-Client Privilege: When Does It Apply?

Litigation, and all legal representation, creates by necessity an abondonment of "secrets" by the client.  The abondoment of "secrets" by the client is protected by the Attorney-Client Privilege.

Does Your Community Association (HOA) Prohibit Clotheslines?

Community Associations or Homeowners Associations for many years have prohibited outdoor drying of laundry.  The intent of the Associations and owners of multifamily properties was to maintain the aesthetics of the property for everyone's benefit.  The California legislature and governor have different plans for common interest communities and the HOmeowners Associations.

HOAs & Mobilehome Parks - Your Rules May Violate FHAA

Most HOAs and Mobilehome Parks have rules intended to protect children and other residents.  Unless, the property is age restricted to 55+ or 62+, then such rules violate the Federal Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 ("FHAA").

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