Condominium Developer Cannot Enforce CC&R’s After Selling All Units – Martindale.comPromenade at Playa Vista Homeowners Association v. Western Pacific Housing, No. B225086 (2nd Dist. November 8, 2011) This month the Second District Court of Appeal concluded that the developer of a condominium complex lacked standing to enforce the declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&R’s) after it had sold all the units in the complex.
News for Pawleys Island, Litchfield and Murrells InletLitchfield Plantation: Developer asks court to protect its control of POA at annual meeting By Charles Swenson Coastal Observer The developer of Litchfield Plantation wants a judge to bar any action to limit its control of the property owners association when that group holds its annual meeting next week, according to documents filed in Circuit Court this week.
Report: Coral Springs homeowners’ association orders resident to remove 9/11 flagBroward Sheriff Fire Rescue, in conjunction with the State Fire Marshal¿s Office… Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue, in conjunction with the State Fire Marshal¿s Office, demonstrate the proper safety measures for frying a turkey. Richard Wentz, of Coral Springs, has been told to remove his commemorative 9/11 flag or face fines and legal action, reports WPLG-Ch.10.
Condo buyers go to court in wake of housing crashPosted: Nov. 20, 2011 | 2:01 a.m. The condominium and condo-hotel towers that sprouted on or near the Strip during the boom times attracted thousands of buyers eager to put down five- or six-figure deposits, believing that the Las Vegas real estate joyride would never end.
Members may tape association meetingsQ: Is it legal for a homeowner/association member to videotape a homeowners’ association board meeting? A: Yes. The Florida Homeowners’ Association Act, Chapter 720 of the Florida Statutes, permits members to audio record or video record both membership meetings and board meetings.
Honking: Free Speech or Just Noise Pollution?DENVER – Horn-honking, as a statement of frustration or joy or who knows what behind the wheel, has been part of the American fabric since the first Ah-OO-gah from the first Model A. But is giving it a new twist.
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Court of Appeal Refused to Allow Developers to Enforce Dispute Resolution Provision in CC&RsA California Court of Appeal recently concluded that developers who had sold all of the units in a condominium development could not compel arbitration under the project’s declaration of covenants, conditions and restrictions (“CC&Rs”). Promenade at Playa Vista Homeowners Association v. Western Pacific Housing, Inc., No. 225086 (2nd Dist.