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Is My Landlord Responsible for Damage to My Personal Property If There Is a Fire?
Renting a property that undergoes a fire; who pays for the damage? ... READ MORE

Who Pays for the Rental My Family Is in While Our House Is Being Repaired Due to Damage?
Homeowners' insurance may provide coverage for extra living expenses necessitated by having to move out while home repairs are being made. ... READ MORE

Are All Homeowners' Insurance Policies the Same?
Is one homeowners' insurance policy as good as the next one? ... READ MORE

Am I Required to Have Homeowners' Insurance?
If the law doesn't require it, why would you need homeowners' insurance? ... READ MORE

Home Buying Basics in Oregon
Mortgage companies usually require buyers to purchase a title insurance policy in connection with obtaining a mortgage. ... READ MORE

Home Buying Basics in Pennsylvania
Your real estate agent should also help you locate other professionals to assist you in the homebuying process, including mortgage brokers and home inspectors. ... READ MORE

Considerations Before Selling a House in North Carolina
The buyer typically has a lot more to do during the escrow time period than the seller. ... READ MORE

Selling Homes in New Mexico
Negotiating a home sale without the help of an agent can have serious legal repercussions in the Land of Enchantment. The process requires that you know all the state and local regulations. Before selling your home in New Mexico, there are a number of things you should keep in mind. Why Do I Need a Real ... READ MORE

Selling a Home in New Hampshire
Selling your home can be an intricate and confusing transaction. Putting together the necessary paperwork, organizing open houses and showings, and dealing with all the legal ramifications can be overwhelming if you don't have help. Prior to putting your home on the market, consider working with a real ... READ MORE

Montana Home Buying Guide
There are few purchases in life more exciting and momentous than buying a home, and few as overwhelming and full of tedious tasks that could have big legal impacts if not tended to properly. While it is smart for all buyers to follow certain general guidelines, there are state-specific issues you should ... READ MORE

 

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Attorney’s Fees in Homeowners Association Disputes

Civil Code Section 5975(c) states: “In an action to enforce the governing documents, the prevailing party shall be awarded reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.” There are a few thin ... Read more

Does the SLAPP Statute apply to Homeowners Associations?

(Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) statute is Code of Civil Procedure Section 425.16. When the SLAPP statute was first enacted in 1992, twenty four years ago, some people, believed that ... Read more

When to sue my Homeowners Association

At some point it may appear that litigation is your only option remaining to resolve the dispute with the association. There are many different causes of action that may be asserted. These include: br ... Read more

Attorney Representation at a BOD Meeting

Prior to 2013, this was a disputed and unresolved issue. In 2013, this changed with the decision of SB Liberty LLC v. Isle Verde Association (2013) 217 Cal.App.4th 272. The California Court of Appeal ... Read more

Alternative Dispute Resolution in a Homeowners Association

This procedure is described in Civil Code Sections 5925 et seq. This is a mandatory procedure for both the property owner and the homeowners association prior to the initiation oflitigation to enforce ... Read more

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