The accounting books and records and minutes of proceedings of the members and the board and committees of the board shall be open to inspection upon the written demand on the corporation of any member at any reasonable time, for a purpose reasonably related to such person’s interests as a member.
- Corporations Code Section 8338. Misuse of Membership List; Liability.
- Corporations Code Section 8335. Delay in Providing Membership List.
- Corporations Code Section 8332. Petition to Restrict Inspection of Membership List.
- Corporations Code Section 8331. Petition to Set Aside Demand for Membership List.
- Corporations Code Section 8330. Inspection of Membership List.
Related Case Law
- Tract No. 7260 Association, Inc. v. Parker
(2017) 10 Cal.App.5th 24
[Membership List; Inspection Denial] A homeowners association (HOA) may restrict a member’s request for access to the HOA’s membership list when the request is for an improper purpose.
- Worldmark v. Wyndham Resort Dev. Corp.
(2010) 187 Cal.App.4th 1017
[Membership List; Email Addresses] The “addresses” of members which must be disclosed with a member’s request to inspect the membership list pursuant to Corp. Code § 8330(a) includes the members’ email addresses.
Access to HOA Membership List Must be for a Proper Purpose – Published on HOA Lawyer Blog (April, 2017)