Members must provide their contact information to their associations. The information is used for sending notices and disclosures to members and goes into the formation of a membership list. Associations, in turn, must annually provide written notice to the membership of their obligation to provide the following information:
1. The address or addresses to which notices from the association are to be delivered.
2. An alternate or secondary address to which notices from the association are to be delivered.
3. The name and address of a legal representative who can be contacted in the event of the owner’s extended absence.
4. Whether the separate interest is owner-occupied, rented out, or vacant.
If an owner fails to provide contact information, the property address in the development is deemed the address to which notices are delivered. (Civ. Code §4041.) See sample form.
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