Tag Archives: injunction

Curmudgeon Cure

 

Unfortunately, some community associations have curmudgeons – bad-tempered, difficult, cantankerous people who treat the board of directors, managers and residents with disrespect, derision and sometimes even contempt.  These individuals believe they are always right and that they can always do a better job than those in charge.

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Association Is Denied Injunction to Repair Leak

Discovery at Cortez Hill Homeowners Association v. Noble, No. D056397, Calif. App. Ct., September 29, 2010

Powers of the Association/Covenants Enforcement: A California appeals court overturned a trial court ruling that an association was entitled to a mandatory preliminary injunction to repair a plumbing leak in a residential unit because the association failed to show that it would suffer irreparable harm.

Frank Noble owns a unit in Discovery at Cortez Hill Condominium Homeowners Association in San Diego, Calif. The declaration gives the association the authority to enter residential units during reasonable hours after giving 48 hours prior notice, except in cases of emergency, for purposes of construction and maintenance.

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NV: Injunction Lawsuit Against Cosmopolitan Demands Disclosure of Flood Hazard

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

On behalf of two condominium purchasers at the Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino in Las Vegas (now named the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas), a complaint for preliminary and permanent injunction will be filed today demanding that the Cosmopolitan disclose potential flooding hazards and liabilities associated with the underground parking and foundation of the property.
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