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EMERGENCY RULE AND COVID-19 Hardship


Homeowner Associations need to continue to do their best to maintain the budgeted cash flow to keep their associations functioning as smoothly as possible.  In recognition of the financial hardship caused by the current pandemic, a Board may want to consider temporarily modifying penalties imposed for late-payments and the time-frame for proceeding with collection activityContinue Reading >

Following Statutory Guidelines in Collection Matters


The Davis-Stirling Act gives homeowners associations some powerful tools to deal with delinquent homeowners, including the ability to foreclose on a delinquent owner’s home if necessary. However, associations and managers should be extremely cognizant of the statutory guidelines throughout the collections process in order to avoid successful challenges by delinquent owners. The first step isContinue Reading >

Lender Foreclosures and Assessments


Civil Code Section 2924b was passed in January 1, 2009 which requires lenders to notify homeowners associations when they foreclose on property located within a homeowners association.  The lenders figured out how to avoid the notice requirement by foreclosing on properties and then refusing to record the transfer of ownership.  This allowed the lenders toContinue Reading >

Firm Participates in CAI’s Almost Free Legal Advice Program


Announcing the San Diego Chapter CAI’s Almost Free Legal Advice program being held in San Diego and North County from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. – – In Carlsbad on November 7, 2012, at the Sheraton Carlsbad, 5480 Grand Pacific Drive. – In San Diego on November 14, 2012, at the Courtyard by Marriott, 8651 SpectrumContinue Reading >