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Civil Code section 4528 shows how documents provided as required by section 4530 must be broken down into an a la carte menu of items to be produced. The following version of Civil Code section 4528 will be effective as of January 1, 2015. For your reference, the changes from the 2014 version of the […]READ MORE
In the October 2014 issue of our E-NEWS from EG&H newsletter, we described changes to the informal dispute resolution statutes in the Davis-Stirling Act. We also provided educational practice tips for a community association to adopt its own IDR procedure. However, many associations rely upon the default IDR procedure of Civil Code section 5915. For […]READ MORE
NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD! 2015 Edition: Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act This booklet contains the 2015 Davis-Stirling Act, effective January 1, 2015, including all the amendments added during the 2014 legislative session. Print versions of this booklet and our 2015 Community Association Law Resource Book coming soon.READ MORE