HOA directors’ votes on contentious HOA projects were protected activity under anti-SLAPP statute (CA)

Homeowners association directors’ votes on contentious HOA projects were protected activity under anti-SLAPP statute.  This action was brought by three members of the board of directors (board) of the Friars Village Homeowners Association (FVHOA) against six other board members and the FVHOA manager[1] but, surprisingly, not against FVHOA itself—despite the fact the dispute focuses on the activities of the board and its governance of FVHOA and the Friars Village community.     Read the decision…………..


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