CALIFORNIA – HOA board could be liable for disclosure of owners’ personal data

LATIMES: HOA board could be liable for disclosure of owners’ personal data
Q&A: Reining in HOA management company’s inappropriate self-promotion
By Donie Vanitzian
March 1, 2015

“…Homeowner associations, their directors and third-party vendors are subject to statutory requirements governing personal information disclosures, including Civil Code sections 1798.15 to 1798.84. Associations that encourage broad distribution of information to managers, agents, even board directors, run the risk of serious violations and civil penalties.

Even if directed by the board, titleholders should NOT voluntarily provide any entity — agent or otherwise — personal information without written assurances of a chain of custody for confidentiality and use of their information.”  Read article:

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