Shows How CC&R Disputes, If Lost, Can Be Expensive For Homeowners Or HOAs, As The Case May Be.
If you go to our category “Homeowner Associations” on our home page, you will see many posts where homeowners or HOAs get hit with substantial fees under the Davis-Stirling Act for losing disputes involving CC&R enforcement. We can now add Whitehawk Ranch at Hubbard Homeowner Assn. v. Bolin, Case No. B252717 (2d Dist., Div. 8 May 10, 2016) (unpublished), where homeowner lost a CC&R dispute and was hit with a $378,712.50 adverse fee award which was affirmed on appeal.