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‘Political Free Speech’ in CA HOAs ▶ Using New Law SB407




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ALTACITIES today follows The Center for California Homeowner Association Lawa clearinghouse of consumer education, training, and referral services for the estimated 9 million California homeowners who now live in over 45,000 common interest development (CID) or HOAs in the state. CCHA is created to serve consumers who live in these localities or are considering purchasing an association home.


The CCHA mission is to provide training and support to public interest attorneys, to legal services organizations, to fair housing agencies, and to other nonprofits serving homeowners; to government agencies with jurisdiction over CIDs, and public officials, journalists, and researchers delving into the public policy issues raised by CIDs in their role as quasi-local governments. The focus of the Center is the web of laws and regulations creating the CID legal framework that governs both the lives and the property of association homeowners. ALTACITIES is a contributing member of CCHA.


Many of the articles on the CHA website are public.  Others require registration -- for free -- as an Online Member.  Some material is available as a benefit to Contributing Members of the Center.


CCHA is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization.  Membership Contributions and donations are fully tax-deductible.


California homeowners may search the internet extensively for content and research composed with their interests in mind, but the CCHA site should be at the top of their list for trusted information.


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