OAKLAND, CA – There is no shortage of work for lawyers assigned by insurance companies to defend homeowners associations.
Two lawsuits filed in Alameda County Superior Court make the point. 127 Bayo Vista Condominium Association-Oakland is being sued by a unit owner who alleges that failure the association failed to fix roof leaks resulting in water damage in his unit.
Meadow Brook Village Homeowners’ Association-Fremont is being sued for allegedly postponing elections to force through a $70,000-per-unit assessment.
Fortunately for the board members in each case, no individuals were named.
|This blog reports on cases filed in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. The statements made are based on the allegations in court-filed documents. Allegations are just accusations, and may or may not be true.|
|The authors of the blog are attorneys at the San Francisco litigation firm, Wood Robbins, LLP. If you have a legal issue, send them an email. If they cannot help you, they will try and point you in the right direction.|
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