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Under California law, homeowners associations must hold regular meetings. These meetings are open to homeowners, and they are a forum where homeowners can express their concerns and opinions about HOA business. The Open Meetings Act applies to an HOA board meeting. The only type of meeting that a homeowner does not have the legal right
Like many legal matters, the answer to this question is that it depends. In most cases, HOA board members have some protection from being sued personally for actions that they take in their HOA capacity. While the HOA board itself can be sued by homeowners, the individual directors are not necessarily personally liable for the
HOAs and homeowners may have Financial disputes in a number of areas. The main areas of HOA finances are the assessments and monthly dues that they charge to homeowners. In addition, an HOA may also levy fines against the homeowner when they fail to follow the association’s rules. One of the common ways that homeowners
According to California law, each HOA must have its own rules that govern elections. Otherwise, HOA elections could be challenged in court, and the elections (and actions taken by illegally elected directors) could be voided. Here is what you need to know about HOA elections. The election process begins at least 60 days prior to