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HOAs Should Have Both “Directors & Officers” Insurance and “Crime/Fidelity” Insurance

HOAs Should Have Both “Directors & Officers” Insurance and “Crime/Fidelity” Insurance

Notwithstanding the fact that state statutes and homeowners’ association governing documents contain specific provisions regarding insurance coverage that is necessary, it is not uncommon for homeowners’ associations to be operating without the necessary and required coverage.

“Town Hall Meetings” Are a Good Way for HOA Members to Share Information and Become Involved

“Town Hall Meetings” Are a Good Way for HOA Members to Share Information and Become Involved

Issues that are important to association members do not always have to be addressed at formal membership meetings, or during the open forum portions of directors’ meetings.

WHEN HOA OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS BECOME EXPOSED TO PERSONAL LIABILITY FOR THEIR ACTIONS

WHEN HOA OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS BECOME EXPOSED TO PERSONAL LIABILITY FOR THEIR ACTIONS

Volunteer officers and directors of homeowners and condominium owners’ associations are not generally personally liable to third parties, such as homeowners, for monetary damages that result from negligent acts or omissions in the performance of their duties.

Trial Court’s Award of Nearly $600,000 in Attorney Fees to HOA in Action Against Homeowners Requires Reconsideration

Trial Court’s Award of Nearly $600,000 in Attorney Fees to HOA in Action Against Homeowners Requires Reconsideration

This case involved a dispute over a trial court’s award of attorney’s fees to a homeowner’s association (“Association”) in a lawsuit it filed against two members of the Association that were the co-owners of a property subject to Association’s governing documents.

HOA Board’s Adoption of Rule Prohibiting Dogs Over 25 Pounds was Invalid

HOA Board’s Adoption of Rule Prohibiting Dogs Over 25 Pounds was Invalid

This case involved a dispute between a condominium owner (“Owner”) and his homeowners association (“Association”) over the validity of a rule adopted by Association’s board of directors that prohibited dogs greater than 25 pounds from being on the condominium premises.