Homeowner's Associations: Basics & Recurring Legal Issues

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Homeowner's Associations: Basics & Recurring Legal Issues
Homeowner's Associations: Basics & Recurring Legal Issues

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Course Description

Presented by Southern California real estate attorney Jay J. Brown, this class will provide a primer for lawyers and self-represented parties regarding basic homeowner association (HOA) functions, rights, and responsibilities. Focusing exclusively on the California legal landscape, the course covers the following topics:

- Sources of law

- Functions of the board of directors

- Enforcement of governing documents

- Communications with members

- Current issues

Length: 1hr 1min

Member Reviews

Very informative on HOAs, even for attorneys from other areas who might consider buying a home in a community governed by a HOA.
- Mindy R.
Excellent presentation.
- Morton S.
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Meet the Lecturer(s)

Jay J. Brown

Jay J. Brown, J.D., has been with the Feist, Vetter, Knauf and Loy, APC since 1991.

- California Western School of Law, J.D. 1990
- Member, California Western Law Review
- Chair, Real Property Section of Bar Association of Northern San Diego County, 1996-1998
- Member, Board of Directors, Bar Association of Northern San Diego County, 2000-2003
- Member, Board of Directors, Lawyer Referral Service of the North County Bar Association, 2005-2006
- Speaker, Homeowner Association and Landlord-Tenant Law


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