In its 33rd year of publication, the Condominium Bluebook for California is a comprehensive guide to the Davis-Stirling Act, renumbered and revised, and all the relevant laws that govern condominiums and planned developments. This over 500 page resource is a road map to the legal side of common ownership and being an informed member of a homeowner association in California today.
Written in a clear and concise manner by an expert on condominium law, this unique and valuable homeowners bible covers the statutory laws, case law and procedures that govern how common interest developments operate in California.
The 2021 Condominium Bluebook represents the 33rd Edition of the Condominium Bluebook series. Homeowners have relied on this resource book and buy a new copy every year to stay current.
This handy reference is meant to be taken to every member and board meeting like having an attorney in your back pocket.
Mr. Bickel has developed a thorough and clearly written guide to every aspect of HOA law which makes the Condominium Bluebook a uniquely valuable resource. Every new or amended code section is highlighted in bold italics for ease of reference.
From over 35 years of advising homeowners association and serving as a mediator, Mr. Bickel has created checklists and forms that every association will find useful. Also included in the 2021 edition are model election rules that conform to the newly renumbered and revised Davis-Stirling Act and a handy Conversion Table.
The 2021 Condominium Bluebook is also available for $9.99 as eBook on Amazon and can also be read on your computer through the Amazon Kindle App.
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