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Davis-Stirling Act
Purpose of Associations
Four kinds of CIDs
History of the D-S Act
Purpose of association
Regulatory agencies
Terminology
 
DEFINITIONS
Associations
Cohousing
Common Interest Developments (CIDs)
    -condominiums
    -planned developments
    -stock cooperatives
    -TIC projects
Community Service Organization
Fractional co-ownership
Governing documents
Hotel condominium
Joint neighborhood meetings
Master association
Mixed use developments
Mutual water company
Non-CID associations
Reciprocal easements
Small lot developments
Townhouse
Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act
 
COMMON AREAS & EASEMENTS
*Easements defined
Construction in easement
Exclusive use common area
    -granting exclusive use
Ingress-egress rights
Liability for injuries
Partition common areas
Reciprocal easements
 
MISCELLANEOUS
Condominium boundaries
Condo conversions
Creation of a CID
Dissolving an association
 
Eliminating amenities
Partition of common areas
Secretary of State filings
Subdivision Map Act
 
MEMBERSHIP
*Members' rights
Class A & B membership
Family trusts
Power of attorney
 
MOBILEHOMES
Manufactured homes defined
Mobilehomes
   -inspection handbook
   -inspection resident information
   -mobilehome residency law
   -mobilehome condominiums
   -mobilehome installation guide
   -taxes
 
SENIOR COMMUNITIES
Age verification
Authority for communities
    -HOPA Act (pdf)
    -HOPA Q&A (pdf)
    -HOPA Rules 1999 (pdf)
Children as caregivers
Children at the pool
 
TIMESHARES
Assessment collection
California tax code (RTC § 23701t)
Defined
Federal tax code (IRC § 528)
Fractional ownership
Hotel condos
 
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