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Question: I live in a common interest development with a homeowner association board that aggressively stifles residents' freedom of speech. During association elections, the... [Read More]
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A pesar de que puede parecer extraño que los ocupantes tienen derechos sobre la propiedad que usted compró o heredó... [Read More]
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It is possible for strangers living in your property to acquire title through a legal process called adverse possession. [Read More]
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Question: About 17 years ago I inherited my father's mortgage-free town house in Southern California. I made the five-hour round-trip drive from my home to... [Read More]
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Homeowner associations and management companies must invest in cybersecurity amid the explosion of ransomware and other hacking. [Read More]
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Question: Owners are getting some strange correspondence from our management company that appears prompted by some homeowners renting out their units on the Airbnb platform.... [Read More]
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QUESTION: A couple of properties in our common interest development belong to titleholders of foreign countries. These properties are often occupied by employees and families... [Read More]
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An HOA board would have to establish reasonable rules applicable to all titleholders to regulate board ads. [Read More]
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Question: I finally sued my homeowner association board for mismanagement and breach of duty in a Los Angeles court but did so in "pro per"... [Read More]
Question: I purchased a detached single-family home in a homeowner association around San Clemente with a zero lot line that comes right up against the... [Read More]
A few weeks after hiring a new property management company, about a dozen different termite vendors began walking our grounds a... [Read More]
Question: Our association purchased a laptop and allowed the manager to use it while at work in our homeowner association's office, where it remains today.... [Read More]
Question: I live in a mixed-use condominium complex in Los Angeles. There is only one subterranean parking garage for the entire building, and over time,... [Read More]
Question: We're a small HOA with limited parking. There's an owner who runs an auto-repair business from his unit. He also occupies more parking spots... [Read More]
Question: As a board director I cannot get the other directors to adhere to a rule that the board implemented. The rule requires all vendor... [Read More]
Question: When we moved into our home over 22 years ago we paid a premium for what was advertised as "a 180-degree unobstructed view." The... [Read More]
Question: My family is interested in purchasing a townhome or condominium by a marina so we can dock our boat. Someone we know is moving... [Read More]
Question: Our homeowner association is trying to foreclose on our home for unpaid dues and assessments. The mortgage payments have been paid on time, but... [Read More]
Question: We're a small association of 35 units. For decades, owners volunteered to help around the complex. There is a woman who likes to pull... [Read More]
A board has a fiduciary due to reduce fire risk at a homeowners association. "Firescaping" is a well-tested strategy for accomplishing that goal. [Read More]
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