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To amend your HOA's governing documents, you must begin by developing and presenting the amendments to the members. And sometimes, when a vote cannot be obtained, associations can use the judicial relief tool, allowing a court to authorize amendments and other “corporate” approvals ...
Many new board members want an introductory guide that states in one place what are their duties and by what authority do they operate. This article discusses general concepts and law related to the powers and duties of association boards. You should be aware that the law differs between the various...
Sooner or later every homeowners association is faced with the question of whether or not to amend its governing documents, bylaws, and CC&Rs. Here are some common questions and answers to the process, cost, and board of directors role in amending HOA governing documents.  ...
California HOA boards who fail to adopt elections rules are in violation of the law - even when they follow the procedures outlined in California's Civil Code. This article explains why, identifies the risks, and recommends a solution. ...
Published in the ECHO Journal, October 2013 Are You Slowly Sinking In The Sea Of California Compliance Requirements? After Bailing, It is Get Your Coxswain and Crew in Place and Row - Pragmatically and Persistently In PART I, you learned about Mini Courts HOA and the many problems that arose w...
Published in the ECHO Journal, September 2013 Are You Slowly Sinking In The Sea Of California Compliance Requirements? Better Start Bailing! We bale hay and bail a boat. The government bails out failing banks and companies. People “bail” on relationships or bad marriages. Here, in context,...

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