Homeowner Associations/Prevailing Party: HOA’s Request For $1.666 Million In Fees Against Homeowner Properly Denied (CA)

HOA in Roslyn Lane, LLC v. Cave Street Homeowners Assn., Case No. D065134 (4th Dist., Div. 1 May 10, 2016) (unpublished) was unhappy and appealed after the trial court denied its request to recover $1,666,203.80 (no typo) in fees in a hard-fought architectural CC&R dispute.   Read the article…………


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