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Reinstituting Neglected Restrictions


It is important for associations to consistently enforce the key provisions in their Governing Documents. This does not always happen and some restrictions may be ignored for years without any negative effects on the community. Suddenly, new leadership is elected, and it is felt that these restrictions now need to be enforced. In extreme cases,Continue Reading >

New Law Requires Notification of Transfer After Foreclosure


AB 2273 (Wieckowski) makes needed changes to common interest development foreclosure procedures.  It adds Civil Code Section 2924.1 which requires that the Trustee’s Deed Upon Sale as to a property located within a common interest development be recorded within 30 days of the foreclosure sale. AB 2273 also amends Civil Code Section 2924b to require that information regardingContinue Reading >

Solar Panel Installations at Common Interest Developments


There has been a renewed interest by homeowners in the installation of solar panels on their roofs. Members of the association are still required to apply and receive approval from the architectural committee before installing solar panels on their roofs. Unlike most other improvements to the property, California law limits the ability of associations toContinue Reading >

Minimum Lease Term Violations


This time of year we often receive calls from managers regarding owner violations of the minimum lease term provisions set forth in the CC&Rs.  Minimum lease term provisions vary depending on the CC&RS, but thirty (30) day or six (6) month minimum lease terms are the most common.  The purpose of these provisions is toContinue Reading >