HOA Not Entitled To Fees Where Gist Of Successor Homeowner’s Suit Was Fraud Based (CA)

In Mims v. Park Hill on Pepper Avenue Community Association, Case No. E065990 (4th Dist., Div. 2 Sept. 13, 2017) (unpublished), successor homeowner initially sued HOA on various fraud-based claims based on the failure to provide her notice that the property was within the HOA and subject to HOA fees,    Read the article……………..


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