Homeowners can opt out of newly incorporated associations (CA)

Q: Our neighborhood is established and has had an unincorporated homeowners association that has worked well for decades. But recent outside threats have given cause to incorporate in spite of enthusiastic opposition from some homeowners. Is it possible to incorporate those properties who want to be in and leave those that do not out? Or, can those who want to opt out of incorporating be grandfathered into the corporation upon the sale of their property? That way, they aren’t part of the incorporation, but the next owner will automatically be    Read the Q&A………….


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