As the development of new housing communities continues to increase in California, so do the number of homeowner associations. Silver & Arsht’s legal team has substantial expertise and industry knowledge in community association laws.
Our attorneys provide comprehensive representation to homeowners and homeowners associations alike, in communities large and small. Our team represents mixed use developments, condominiums, gated communities and single-family residences to ensure our clients comply with all documents, statutes, rules, and regulations affecting community associations throughout California.
Silver & Arsht also provides assistance in the creation of homeowners associations, preparation of governing documents, including CC&Rs, and the entities that manage the development properties. Our attorneys provide practical legal and business solutions for associations, boards of directors, officers and individual members when issues arise.
Our experience in representing homeowner associations is invaluable in representing homeowners, and vice versa. We represent individual homeowners in matters of compliance with architectural guidelines and CC&Rs and in disputes with the association and/or other members. Additionally, we represent the Board of Directors in enforcing its CC&Rs and architectural guidelines.
Realizing that these disputes are typically between neighbors, our attorneys strive to provide skilled mediation, negotiation, and arbitration services to help resolve the sensitive disputes, quickly and effectively. If litigation cannot be avoided, our attorneys aggressively and efficiently advocate for our clients to obtain a favorable outcome.
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONS PRACTICE AREAS:
- Transactional and Contract Services
- Contract Negotiation
- Review, Interpretation and Amendment of the Community Association’s documents
- Corporate Compliance
- Attendance and Counsel at Board Meetings and Member Meetings
- Construction Defect Litigation
- Collections, Liens, Foreclosures & Bankruptcy-related Matters
- Code Enforcement