Our highly experienced community association attorneys understand the needs of property owners in planned communities and homeowners associations.
We offer a full range of expert legal assistance including amending and enforcing governing documents, assisting with elections, drafting contracts, advising on neighbor disputes, preparing proper disclosures for prospective buyers, litigating original construction defect problems, and handling reconstruction contracts and disputes.
Our clients include associations of owners of residential and commercial condominiums, planned developments, and condominium conversions throughout California, as well as large residential retirement or single-family home communities.
We communicate with our clients so that they understand the unique area of law presented by California's Davis-Stirling Act, the Corporations Code, and all of the case law that has developed during the forty years that we have been representing homeowners associations and common interest developments. We also know that common interest developments and their boards of directors and managers are concerned with obtaining legal services at a reasonable cost; we provide an efficient response and effective solution to any problem.
A Property Manager's Guide to Reconstruction Projects.
What's Left if a Natural Disaster Destroys a Community Association.
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