Category: HOA Litigation

The Basics of Homeowners Association Disputes Part 1 – Mediation

HOA disputes are something that we see on a regular basis. Although in a perfect world, none of us would get in disputes with our neighbors, Read More > ...

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Buying Into an HOA, Part 3

Buying a new home can be an overwhelming process. The amount of paperwork is staggering. When buying property that is part of a homeowners’ association (HOA), Read More > ...

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HOA Rules Upheld Once Again

Recent cases have generally supported a trend that homeowner’s associations are given a fair amount of deference in establishing their own rules.  A recent case in Read More > ...

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HOAs May Not Reject Partial Payments on Assessment Liens in Order to Prosecute Foreclosure

The recent case of Huntington v. Miller confirmed again that a HOAs must accept partial payments and are limited in their ability to foreclose on an Read More > ...

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HOA Obtains Injunction Requiring Floor Covering

The recent case of Ryland Mews v. Munoz dealt with an increasingly common issue in homeowners associations – the installation of hard surface flooring. Ryland Mews Read More > ...

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Buying Into an HOA, Part 2

Buying a new home can be an overwhelming process. The amount of paperwork is staggering. When buying property that is part of a homeowners’ association (HOA), Read More > ...

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Buying Into an HOA, Part 1

Buying a new home can be an overwhelming process. The amount of paperwork is staggering. When buying property that is part of a homeowners’ association (HOA), Read More > ...

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Three Things to Look For in Your HOA Docs

When buyers receive their disclosures it is often a huge volume of documents and even more so if the buyer is purchasing a condominium, townhouse, or Read More > ...

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Homeowners’ Association MUST Accept and Apply Partial Payments or Lose Its Right to Foreclosure

Most condominium or townhouse owners are familiar with the responsibility of paying their homeowner association’s (“HOA”) dues.  However, many owners do not realize that if they Read More > ...

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Court Again Reaffirms the Requirement to Strictly Comply with HOA Laws

The recent case of Diamond v. Superior Court (Casa Del Valle Homeowners Association) has reaffirmed the importance of a Homeowners Association (“HOA”) strictly complying with statutory Read More > ...

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Homeowners Association Related Blogs Series

Lately, the Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer has received calls regarding Homeowners Association matters.  The attorneys at the Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer would like to Read More > ...

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