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Friday, November 27, 2015

HOA conflicts of interest

(CORONA in sync with ALTACITIES) Despite the Davis-Stirling Law (DSL) in California, there really is no court of appeals for HOA disputes.  There is alternative dispute resolution (or mediation), but the courts are largely hands-off regarding HOA conflicts, even those that have a profound common interest.

Of course, that reality is not of much concern when homeowners consider most of the business transacted by, within, and for most common interest developments, aka homeowner associations (or HOAs), yet because human beings are involved, you can't totally discount the occurrence of conflicts, some of which rise to the level of real legal disputes.

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A 'moniker' for the 'social current see' about common interest developments, aka HOAs, or homeowner associations, also property owner associations (POAs). These communities, while private governments, function much like cities with more than 9 million residents in these localities in California. As such, ALTACITIES, "alternate cities," are larger than the combined populations of the four largest cities in the state, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose and San Francisco.