No Abuse of Discretion In Awarding Prevailing Plaintiff $114,990.75 In Lawsuit Against Homeowners Association (CA)

/ Owner - March 18, 2019

The Broadway Hollywood is a 10-story historical building on the corner of Hollywood and Vine. It was constructed in 1927 and originally used as a store. However, the building was abandoned in 1987 and remained vacant for 18 years – until it was revitalized and converted from an obsolete building to modern use. Today the Broadway Hollywood is a common interest development managed by a homeowners association – with the Davis-Stirling Act (Civ. Code section 4000) governing such developments.  In Yu v. Broadway Hollywood Homeowners Assn., Case No. B280977 (2d Dist., Div. 1 March 7, 2019) (unpublished) Plaintiff, who owns a condominium in The Broadway Hollywood, sued the homeowners association,    Read the article……………………

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