California State Laws
- Nonprofit Corporation Statutes generally apply to any incorporated Common Interest Community. In Californina, nonprofit, nonstock corporations organized for religious, charitable, social, educational, recreational or similar purposes are formed pursuant to the Nonprofit Corporation Law, commencing with California Corporations Code section 5000.
- The Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act is the common name of the portion of the California Civil Code beginning with section 1350 which governs condominium, cooperative, and planned unit development communities in California.
Common Interest Development Act (Davis-Stirling Act)
*The above list may not be a complete list of all laws and regulations that govern HOAs in your state. HOA-USA recommends that you reach out to a law firm that has experience in the field of HOA Law if you have questions concerning laws, state statutes or your governing documents.