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Bill To Curb Homeowner Associations Advances In CA Statehouse



DATELINE SACRAMENTO, CA – A bill to curb abuses in California's more than 55,000 homeowner associations (HOA) by adding requirements that will lead to fairer elections was approved last week by the Assembly Judiciary Committee. SB 1265, authored by…
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