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Limits on Assessment Collection and the Association’s Power to Foreclose

Recorded on: Jan. 18, 2018
Running Time: 01:02:05

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Taken from the Web Program Representing Modest Means Homeowners in Association Disputes: Key California Statutes and Consumer Protections Recorded January 2018 in New York

Limits on Assessment Collection and the Association’s Power to Foreclose [01:02:05]

Types of assessments the association can levy; analyzing whether the assessment itself is valid; notice and disclosure issues; key actors in assessment collection; collection tools; statutory limits on the association’s power to set assessments; the homeowner’s right to challenge the association’s accounting of the debt; measuring assessment collection practices against state and federal Fair Debt Collection statutes and the Business and Professions Code.  Recent class actions, key California Appellate rulings, and a 2017 9th Circuit opinion on association assessment collection.

Justin T. Berger, Esq.

Presentation Material
  • Hanson v. JQD, LLC, No: 13-05377 RS, First Amended Class Action Complaint For: 1. Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1692, et seq. 2. California Business & Professions Code § 17200
    Justin T. Berger
  • Hanson v. JQD, LLC, No. 13-05377 RS, Order Denying Defendant’s Second Motion to Dismiss
    Justin T. Berge
  • Hanson v. JQD, LLC Exhibit 1, Class Action Settlement
    Justin T. Berger
  • In re Cisneros (2012) Bankr. LEXIS 4561 (Bankr. N.D. Cal. Oct. 1, 2012)
    Justin T. Berger
  • Diamond v. The Superior Court of Santa Clara County 217 Cal. App. 4th 1172 (2013): HOA Lien Notice Requirements Must be Strictly Construed
    Marjorie Murray
  • Huntington Continental v. JM Trust 230 Cal.App.4th 590 (2014); the Association Shall Accept Partial Payments
    Marjorie Murray
  • Amicus from the Center for California Homeowner Association Law to Orange County Appellate Division for Publication of Huntington Continental v. JM Trust (2014)
    Marjorie Murray
  • Minute Order for Publication of Huntington Continental v. JM Trust (2014), 230 Cal.App. 4th 590
    Marjorie Murray
  • Santaella v. The Bridges (Contra Costa County), SC100 and Addendum to Recover Monies Paid Under Protest
    Marjorie Murray
  • Santaella v. The Bridges (Contra Costa County), SC130 Entry of Judgment Awarding Claim and Costs to Homeowner
    Marjorie Murray
Justin T. Berger ~ Principal, Cotchett Pitre McCarthy, LLP
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