HOA disciplinary hearings: not a public court process (CA)

Ifeveryone followed the Golden Rule (“do unto others…”), homeowners association disciplinary hearings would be rare. Unfortunately, hearings are a necessary, regular, and unpleasant board responsibility. These hearings are governed by Civil Code 5850 and 5855, which establish a simple system. The process begins with a written notice to the homeowner at least 10 days before the hearing, informing the homeowner of the date, time, and place of the meeting, the nature of the alleged violation (or the nature of the damage to the common area), and notification that the member may address the board at the meeting.    Read the article……………


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