Property Owners’ Attorney’s Fees Incurred In ADR Dispute Resolution Matters Were Properly Recoverable

Homeowners association, in this one, must have felt the sting of statutory fee-shifting provisions which allowed the property owners to recover $112,665 in fees based on winning a dispute over the correct interpretation of CC&Rs.  Read More……


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