Homeowner Plaintiffs In A Common Interest Development Dispute Over Assessment Liens Must Pay Prevailing Party Defendants $125,796.50 In Attorney Fees (CA)

/ Owner - March 18, 2019

The Davis-Stirling Act (Civ. Code section 4000 et seq.) governs the creation and operation of common interest developments, and requires such developments to be managed by a homeowners association, which homeowners are generally mandated to join.  In Bertoli v. Dennis, Case No. A150924 (1st Dist., Div. 5 March 5, 2019) (unpublished), a Board of Governors had been elected for the homeowners association managing a common interest development consisting of improved and unimproved lots in Mendocino County.     Read the article……………….

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