What Does it Take to Maintain an HOA in “First Class Condition”? David Sands v. Walnut Gardens Condominium Association, Inc., 2nd App. Dist. No. B282241, 2019 Cal. App. LEXIS 431 (Ct. App. May 13, 2019) In May, the appellate court weighed in on what it takes for a homeowner association to maintain its common area … Continue reading “What Does it Take to Maintain an HOA in “First Class Condition”? “
Improve Operations, Increase Property Values and Strengthen Community Engagement BY JOHN F. BAUMGARDNER, ESQ. – CHAPMAN & INTRIERI, LLP A community’s character and property values can be directly related to the maintenance of an association’s common areas. Community upkeep can also impact an association’s membership level of satisfaction, either positively or negatively. To safeguard an … Continue reading “Be Ready For All Seasons With Strategic Planning”
There is an increasing trend by Developers, in an effort to avoid responsibility for construction defects, to insert provisions in the original Association governing documents which they draft that make it exceedingly difficult to pursue such claims against them. The significant harm of these ‘poison pill’ provisions was highlighted in the recent California Appellate Court … Continue reading “ARBITRATOR DISMISSES $5 MILLION CONSTRUCTION DEFECT CLAIM FOR HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION’S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH DEVELOPER’S ‘POISON PILL’ ANTI-DEFECT LITIGATION PROVISION IN CC&Rs”
Our attorneys recently published the article “Understanding Professional Service and Design Contracts” in the CACM Law Journal Summer 2018. Click here to read the article.