Legislation Updates 2019

2019 Legislative Update

APPROVED BILLS AND AFFECTED STATUTES   SB 2912 – Association Finances Effective January 1, 2019 Amends Civil Code Sections 5380, 5500, 5501, 5502, and 5806. SB 2912 implemented the following changes to the law: (1) homeowners associations must maintain fidelity bond coverage for boards of directors; (2) transfers greater than $10,000.00 Read more…

2018 CACM Law Seminar

Team Roseman will be exhibiting at the 2018 CACM Law Seminar on March 15th and March 16th at the Disneyland Hotel. Stop by booth #908 and meet Agents Roseman, Allen, Agnew and Menendez. Steve Roseman, Esq., and Sean Allen, Esq., lead the team at Roseman Law, providing legal services for our clients Read more…

SB655 – Mold

SB 655 Civil Code § 1941.7 / Health and Safety Code §§ 17920 and 17920.3 Mold Current law sets forth standards for buildings used for human habitation and establishes definitions for this purpose. The law provides that a building, or a portion of it, in which certain conditions are found Read more…

AB1448 – Clotheslines

AB 1448 Civil Code § 4750.10 Clotheslines This bill makes any provision of a governing document void and unenforceable if it effectively prohibits or unreasonably restricts the use of a clothesline or a drying rack in an owner’s backyard, except that reasonable restrictions are still enforceable. These provisions only apply Read more…

AB786 – Recycled Water

AB 786 Civil Code § 4735 Recycled Water Existing law prohibits an association, except an association that uses recycled water for landscape irrigation, from imposing a fine or assessment on separate interest owners for reducing or eliminating watering of vegetation or lawns during any period for which the Governor has Read more…

AB349 Artificial Turf

AB 349 Civil Code § 4735 Artificial Turf   Associations may no longer prohibit the use of artificial turf or any other synthetic surface that resembles grass.  However, the law specifically does not prohibit an Association from establishing reasonable landscaping rules, so long as the restrictions do not have the Read more…