Court Found HOA Could Fine For Short-Term Vacation Rental Activities But Awarded Fairly Small Fines

Almanor Lakeside Villas Owners Assn. v. Carson, Case No. H041030 (6th Dist. Apr. 19, 2016) (published) involves a $101,803.15 fees/costs award to a prevailing homeowner association against homeowners who were found to have violated short-term vacation rental CC&R provisions but were only fined $6,620 in fines out of a requested $19,979.97. Homeowners were not happy, but got no solace from the Sixth District on appeal.   Read the article……….


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