Board of Directors

An Introduction to Serving on an Association’s Board of Directors

Serving on the Board of Directors for your Association presents itself with certain challenges. These can be compounded greatly simply because there is no user-guide or manual available to answer some of the fundamental questions one might have. This article is designed to help new and old Board members to understand exactly what it is they volunteered for, and to explain what that means. What is a Board of Directors? The Board of Directors (“Board”) Read more…

Managing Partner Steven Roseman Featured in Authority Magazine

Thank you so much medium.com and Authority Magazine for the exclusive of Steve Roseman in your interview series “How To Use Digital Transformation To Take Your Business To The Next Level.” The digital era we have entered, especially due to the unforeseen pandemic, is now the new norm and without a doubt, our future. Steve Roseman shared his take on what going cloud based has done for not only himself, but here at Roseman Law and how Read more…

COVID Tenant Relief Act

AB3088, SB91 and the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020

On August 31, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB3088 into law.  AB3088 enacted several new laws and modifications to existing laws meant to address the negative economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.  One part of AB3088 is known as the “COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020” (“Relief Act”).  This new set of laws enacted various rules and guidelines with the aim of protecting tenants in residential settings experiencing financial hardship as a result of Read more…

Roseman Law Celebrates 25 Years of Success by Giving Back

The firm honors 25th Anniversary with a ‘25 days of Giving’ initiative involving over 10 charities Woodland Hills, CA- (January 21, 2021) – Roseman Law, APC, Southern California based business and real estate law firm, is celebrating their 25th anniversary. With COVID-19 primarily at the forefront of everyone’s mind, Roseman Law, APC decided the best way to celebrate their major milestone of success is to give back to areas where it is needed most. The Read more…

Legislative Update

2021 Legal Update

APPROVED BILLS AND AFFECTED STATUTES AB 3182 – Limitations on Rental Restrictions Effective January 1, 2021 Amends Civil Code §4740 and Government Code §65852.2. Enacts new Civil Code §4741. AB 3182 imposes restrictions on common interest developments from enforcing provisions within their governing documents that unreasonably limit and/or effectively prohibit rentals. The legislative intent behind the bill, as expressed by its author, Assembly Member Phil Ting, is to “address the housing and homelessness crisis [in Read more…

Gift

Roseman Law: 2020 Wrapped

With this crazy year coming to an end, Team Roseman has begun reflecting on our 2020 successes. Roseman Law, APC prides itself on being a client centered firm. From growing and expanding to global pandemics and mandatory stay at home orders, our firm continues to strive to provide all of our clients an effortless experience. Roseman Law works hard every day to educate, innovate, and thrive. At Roseman Law we are not just attorneys, we Read more…

Balcony Failure

A Practical Guide to Senate Bill 326

On August 30, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 326 into law.  The Bill added new Civil Code §§ 5551 and 5986 to the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act and became effective on January 1, 2020. In short, new Civil Code § 5551 applies to condominium buildings containing three or more units and requires associations in applicable condominium projects to perform a periodic inspection of condo balconies and other load bearing elements that extend Read more…

Vacancy

California Enacts AB-3182

The Attack on Rental Restrictions Despite our best efforts, the California Legislature recently passed — and the Governor signed into law — Assembly Bill 3182. Unfortunately, this is going to have a very rapid and significant impact on the enforcement of rental restrictions in many common interest developments. Some of these changes are not immediately apparent from a cursory reading of the new statute. This article will give an overview of the changes, and then Read more…

Go Vote

Sign of the Times

Displaying Non-Commercial & Political Signs in an Election Year If you are wondering how there are still four months left in 2020, you are not alone.  But it is not over yet, we still have another quarter to go and the Presidential election is just around the corner.  Everywhere you turn, click, or scroll, you see the flash of red, white, and blue, you hear the chants – “Keep America Great”, and see the streets Read more…

Foreclosure

Lien Days Ahead for Delinquent Assessment Collections

By now for most of us the “new normal” is simply the “normal” as we have all become involuntarily accustomed to living with COVID-19. While the health consequences of the Coronavirus are very much to the forefront, the inevitable economic impact has become increasingly prevalent. Many of the owners and occupants of the associations we all represent, manage, and govern are in financial dire straits and as tends to happen during economic hard times, one Read more…