Idaho Supreme Court Revisits CC&R Case, Supports Association Attorneys Fee Award

In 2013, the Idaho Supreme Court reversed a grant of summary judgment in a case brought by the members of a homeowner association against an entity purporting to be the declarant of their community Sky Canyon Props. v. Golf Club at Black Rock, LLC, 155 Idaho 604, 315 P.3d 792, 794 (2013) (Sky Canyons I). In that opinion, the Court found that an LLC known as The Golf Club, formed with the express purpose of selling club memberships, could not be the successor declarant described in the CC&Rs because the CC&Rs required that a successor declarant take “title to all or part of the Property in a bulk purchase for the purpose of development and sale.” At 4 (emphasis is mine).     Read the article……………..


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