Homeowner Associations/POOF!: Reversal Of HOA Award Means Homeowner Survives To See What Happens On Remand

Homeowner Association (HOA)/homeowner disputes seem to be very acrimonious. However, depending on who prevails, there may be fee exposure under Civil Code section 1354 (CC&R enforcement) or Civil Code section 1717 (contractual fee enforcement). But, each side may have to wait until the end of the day–including numerous appeals–to decide who prevails, so that may factor into the decision into how to resolve the dispute (although we leave it to you to decipher, given the specifics of a case).  Read More……

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