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Court Rules COVID-19 CARES Act Protections Do Not Apply to HOA Assessments
This case involves a dispute between a condominium owner (“Owner”) and his homeowners association (“Association”) over the issue of whether COVID-19 emergency orders passed under the CARES ACT in March of this year require Association to forebear collection of a special assessment from Owner, who claimed to be experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19.
Association and Homeowner Fight Over Plumbing Bill Liability
This case involved a dispute between a condominium owner (“Owner”) and her homeowners’ association (“Association”) over who was responsible for the payment of a $725.00 plumbing bill incurred for the repair of a leak.
Find Out Why Court Awards HOA Attorney Fees
This case involved a dispute between husband and wife homeowners (“Owners”) and their homeowners’ association (“Association”) over Owners’ construction of a pool equipment building on their property that had not been approved by Association.
Does Short Term Rental Violate HOA Rules?
This case involved a dispute between the owner of two townhomes (“Owner”) located within a townhome community governed by a community association (“Association”) over Owner’s right to rent its units “for short term hotel, vacation rental, and/or transient use.” Association contended that Owner’s short-term rentals of the units was in violation of Association’s CC&Rs requirements that the units be used for single-family residential use.
Can Email Exchanges Constitute Valid Action By HOA Board?
This case involved a dispute between a homeowners’ association (“Association”) and a developer, who owned two lots that it planned to develop (“Owner”), over efforts by Association’s board of directors (“Board”) to regulate new construction in the development.