Who’s the Bully in your HOA? Could it Be You?

October is National Anti- Bullying Month, officially. It doesn’t just apply to bullying in the schools or in relationships between family members or friends. It applies to what happens in the boardroom, and in meetings in a homeowners association. It should apply every day, not just one month a year, the anti-bully campaign, that is.  But it’s not easy to cover every topic every day so rest assured you don’t have to. Anyone can visit my blog sites any day and find free articles and affordable primers on the hottest topics, California law regulating HOAS, and the absolute best I can come up with in seeking solutions to problems and differences that arise in HOAS.      Read the article……………..


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