Each year since the introduction of the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act in 1984, the Act has been amended by the California legislature. This course will identify certain Assembly and Senate bills that are adding to and amending the civil code.
Some of the bills from this year’s legislative cycle include:
SB 261 - Provides administrative efficiencies within community associations
AB 2912 - Fortifies finances for community associations
SB 1343 - Requires sexual harassment training for certain employers
SB 1016 - Changes requirements for installation of EV charging stations in common area
AB 2524 - Amends the Retail Food Code
The Department of Fair Employment and Housing is in the process of issuing new regulations that affect community associations. Learn what these new regulations are about and how management and boards of directors need to change processes. Case studies will be discussed to foster practical application of recommended processes.