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Condominium and HOA Boards may encounter a situation where their income and reserves are insufficient and unable to meet their capital needs. Although a special assessment can be mandated, often this is not the ideal situation. 

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Educational Articles & Case Decisions by Category

Recent Articles & Case Decisions

Association President’s Short-Term Airbnb Rentals of Condominium Challenged in Court

Association President’s Short-Term Airbnb Rentals of Condominium Challenged in Court

This case involved a dispute between a condominium owners association (“Association”) and an individual condominium owner (“Owner”), who was the former president of Association, over Owner’s right to operate her condominium unit as a short-term rental on the Airbnb website.

Court Ruling: Association Directors’ Expenditures are Protected

Court Ruling: Association Directors’ Expenditures are Protected

The case involved an action filed by several condominium unit owners individually, and on behalf of all other unit owners (hereinafter collectively “Owners”), against the individual members of the association’s former board of directors (hereinafter collectively “Directors”) and the association’s property manager (“Manager”).

Owners’ Unapproved Construction Results in Judgment to Restore Property, Damages, a Restraining Order, and $318.426.00 in Attorney’s Fees

Owners’ Unapproved Construction Results in Judgment to Restore Property, Damages, a Restraining Order, and $318.426.00 in Attorney’s Fees

This case involved a dispute between a homeowners’ association (“Association”) and husband and wife owners (“Owners”) of a home within a common interest community located in California over unapproved construction activities on Owners’ property.

Understanding the Process for Enforcing an Association’s CC&Rs

Understanding the Process for Enforcing an Association’s CC&Rs

People who are vested with the responsibility of managing a homeowners or property owners association, and the members of the association, must act in accordance with applicable state and federal laws, as well as the association’s governing documents.

Find Out Why Court Says Mandatory Award of Attorney’s Fees to Prevailing Association Was Not Mandatory

Find Out Why Court Says Mandatory Award of Attorney’s Fees to Prevailing Association Was Not Mandatory

This case involved a dispute between a homeowners association (“Association”) and two homeowners (“Owners”) over Owners’ construction of a swimming pool building that was not part of the scope of improvements that had been approved by Association.

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Alternative Payment Plans

This “How-To” guide describes the steps that should be followed by a homeowners association in order to adopt policies and procedures relative to alternative payment schedules that are designed to enable homeowners who are delinquent in the payment of assessments and/or other amounts that are owed to the association to become current.

What’s Included?

  • A 6 part procedure outlining how to properly review state statutes and association governing documents, adopt guidelines for, plan, itemize, prepare, and establish alternative payment plans for the payment of delinquent assessments.
  • 10 Recommended easy to use forms to assist in properly adopting guidelines to establish an alternative payment schedule.