Sobering Case for HOAs, Good One for Homeowners

Winchester Community Assn. v. Perrotta, Case No. C075562 (3d Dist. July 21, 2016) (unpublished) involved a situation where homeowners and an HOA got into a dispute over the review of submission of landscaping plans. Association won at the trial level and was awarded attorney’s fees and costs of $159,269.61.   Read article…………….

 

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