CALIFORNIA – Court-appointed receiver may be needed for homeowners association  Court-appointed receiver may be needed for homeowners association
By Donie Vanitzian
June 8, 2014
Alleged crimes against the elderly by an HOA board can carry additional fines and jail time

Question: I’m in the military and fought in Iraq and Afghanistan only to come home and find people taking advantage of elderly owners who cannot defend themselves in my homeowners association. Recently all board directors resigned, and we have no board.

We’ve been demanding books and records inspections since 2007 but are denied. The HOA hasn’t had an audit in more than 11 years. The management company was fired in 2008, at which time the board decided to self-manage without an owner vote. Since then, there have been only three meetings, no elections and no annual reports. We’re a “suspended” HOA for not filing and paying state and federal taxes for several years.  Read more:

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