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On Friday, August 30, 2019, Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 326. It has two partsperiodic inspection of condo balconies and similar structures; and eliminates the member vote required to commence construction defect litigation. The key parts of each are:
The outline above is a summary. Anyone who will implement or rely on the legislation is advised to read the new code sections in their entirety and seek the advice of counsel.
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Condominiums are a nice concept, but the reality has been less than perfect.
Effective in 2022, new laws and statutory amendments affecting California CID homeowner association operations
Once primarily an economic problem, hidden damage has become a much more severe problema matter of life and death.
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