Cupertino, CA asked in Civil Litigation, Contracts, Criminal Law and Real Estate Law for California

Q: Long term board members breaching governing docs and city building codes for decades. Selective enforcement of parking,.

For many years, the current and previous management companies, dictated by the board have pushed, selective enforcement and harassment on the complex. The parking rules stipulate, “2 car’s in the garage andIf you own a third car, you can obtain an annual permit which enables the third vehicle to park in the common area, outside parking. This is a large complex of 417 units, on approximately one square mile of land. If you provide, 3 DMV registrations, with the same address, they pass out annual parking permits. Oversized vehicles, like full sized trucks or oversized vans, can obtain annual permits. Many of our board members have been on the board for over 20 + years and the longest, board president and board member, for 35+ years, recently retired. The current board president, over 20+ years, along with several other, long time board members, for a total of nine members. Just one of dozens of their own rules they continue to break for decades, selective enforcement of parking.

1 Lawyer Answer
Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: you are asking this question on a criminal website.

this is arguably not criminal.

everything is controlled by the By Law.

i would not be surprised if there are time limitations on how long someone can remain on the board.

i suspect quite a few laws/rules have been violated but they are probably not criminal.

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