CA: New year and new HOA laws ahead

2016 was a relatively quiet year for HOAs in Sacramento, with only three bills passing to become law in 2017, and another law taking effect in 2017 from a 2014 bill. Another significant new HOA law actually came from the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington, D.C.  Senate Bill 918 adds a new Civil Code section 4041(a), and at first glance appears to be innocuous. It requires all common interest development owners to annually and in writing provide the HOA their contact information for sending HOA notices, and to inform the association whether the residence is owner-occupied or rented.       Read the article…………….


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