Is Your HOA Violating the Davis-Stirling Act?

Aggressive attorneys representing California homeowners

The Davis-Stirling Act is a comprehensive statutory scheme that governs all HOAs in California. It not only enables them to exist, it regulates them, and protects homeowners. Unfortunately, HOAs regularly abuse their power and fail to abide by their statutory obligations. If you think your HOA isn’t following the law, such as:

  • Failing to hold proper elections, 
  • Failing to give you access to records,
  • Failing to hold sufficient reserves, or
  • Failing to giving proper notice of its meetings,

It may be up to you to enforce the law. We can help you do that.

Our aggressive and effective attorneys have fought countless HOAs over Davis-Stirling Act violations in California. We’ll help you understand and, more importantly, enforce the Davis-Stirling Act to protect your community and your home.

Whether you are ready to engage with us or not, here are 5 things you should know about the Davis-Stirling Act and your rights as a homeowner.

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