HOA Winning $1,881 In Damages Against Homeowner Also Was Entitled To Attorney’s Fees Of $201,750 (CA)

We do not really need to get into the specifics of Mustafa v. Mountain View Park Homeownerss Assn., Inc., Case No. E063529 (4th Dist., Div. 2 Aug. 8, 2017) (unpublished), but the end result in sobering for purposes of our blog. Basically, homeowner lost a gnarly dispute against a HOA, with HOA obtaining a whopping award of $1,881 in damages. But, just saying, HOA also obtained a fee award of $201,750 as prevailing party, which was affirmed in entirety when the appellate court agreed with the trial court conclusion’s across the board.    Visit the page…………..

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