HOA Homefront – New Law Protects Clotheslines (CA)

Given the short time they serve (due to term limits), legislators rarely can address complex issues, and that includes homeowner association law. Except for the California Law Revision Commission’s excellent work relocating and reorganizing the Common Interest Development Act (2011’s AB 805), the last significant body of amendments to the Act was 2005’s SB 137, substantially changing the delinquent assessment collection process.    Read the article………..


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