Droning On and On – Should Associations Use Them to Catch Violators in the Act?

Droning On and On…Should Associations Use Them to Catch Violators in the Act?                                                                   Andrew M. Jun, Esq. Tinnelly Law Group Serial dog poop litterers, unauthorized parking of vehicles, architectural violations, smoking nuisance—the list goes on and on when it comes to common “repeat violations” that a homeowners’ association (“HOA”)...

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Bioengineered Living Shorelines: The Newest Erosion Control Solution

Bio-engineered Living Shorelines –  The Newest Erosion Control Solution By: J. Wesley Allen, Environmental Scientist and Regional Manager at SOLitude Lake Management When development companies design community associations with lakes and storm water ponds, they envision them as beautiful aquatic resources to attract homeowners, connect with nature and enhance the...

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New Insurance Case: Owners’ Insurance Barred in Reimbursement Action Against Tenant

New Insurance Case: Owners’ Insurance Barred in Reimbursement Action Against Tenant By Jason Adams, Esq.  Kulik Gottesman Siegel & Ware LLP  Lesson: Properly Specifying Insureds Can Avoid Costly Disputes and Litigation The Western Heritage Ins. Co. v. Frances Todd, Inc.(2019 Cal.App. LEXIS 299 / 2019 WL 1450731) case has potential...

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