Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures. Civil Code section 4360(d) allows a Board to adopt emergency rules for up to 120 days. We suggest implementing one or more of the following procedures for at least 30 days and monitoring the situation to see whether these procedures should be suspended, extended and/or modified.
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Community associations evolve through stages. Stage One are New and effective communities. Associations with a few problems but functioning ok are Stage Two. Older associations with maintenance and funding issues, but still surviving make up Stage Three. While Stage Four are Associations which are unable to operate with available funding and approaching obsolescence. Worried about your homeowner's association? Maybe you should be.
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