Messing With The HOA Can Be Expensive

Most homeowners in a common interest development probably understand that it can be a real hassle to get into a dispute with the Homeowner Association (HOA). Not so many, though, may know that it can become pretty expensive as well. A recent case from California’s Fourth Appellate District Court of Appeal makes the latter point abundantly clear. (Rancho Mirage Country Club Homeowners Association v. Thomas B. Hazelbaker et al., August 9, 2016)    Read the article…………..


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