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Hanna and Van Atta on California Common Interest Developments, 2020 ed. (The Expert Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Bancroft Whitney
Copyright: 2020
Service #: 13518057
Sub #: 13518056
Pages: 3124
Shelf Space: 4 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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Hanna and Van Atta on California Common Interest Developments, 2020 ed. (The Expert Series)

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Hanna and Van Atta on California Common Interest Developments, formerly published as the California Condominium Handbook, is an in-depth examination of the rapidly expanding area of California law surrounding common interest subdivisions and property owners' associations. Thorough coverage explores all issues from the perspective of the subdivider/developer/homebuilder as well as the homeowners' association, its members, and their managers. The text examines the scope of common-interest development law, along with defining language unique to it. Features of this multivolume title include:

    • Forms

    • Practice pointers

    • Comments

    • Tables

    • Index

    • Extensive cross-references

This practical and analytical text:

    • Discusses the planning process and the distinction between planned and master-planned developments

    • Reviews the law regarding continuing care retirement communities, time-share projects, and mixed-use common interest developments

    • Explores financing, development, and construction of common interest developments, and applicable restrictive covenants

    • Outlines financial issues regarding insurance, sale of interests, and taxation of common interest developments

    • Examines formation, governance, operation, management, liability, and litigation issues facing owners' associations