The following bills affecting HOAs are still pending in the 2017-2018 legislative session:
*For bills that have been signed into law, see CHAPTERED BILLS
SB 1265 (Wieckowski) Common interest developments: elections.
Would require changes to the election rules regarding director qualifications, candidate nominations, and meeting room accessibility. It would also prohibit the suspension of voting privileges and would require the election rules be distributed with the ballots.Read more »
AB 2429 (Caballero). Common interest developments.
Most likely a spot bill, this bill would make nonsubstantive changes related to director liability.Read more »
SB 1173 (Vidak). Common interest developments: annual notices.
Would exempt homeowners of vacation ownerships and timeshares from the requirement to annually provide the association with a mailing address.Read more »
AB 2141 (Cunningham). Common interest developments: association: annual policy statement.
Would change the time requirements for distribution of the annual policy statement to be within 31 to 91 days before the fiscal year end.Read more »
SB 1016 (Allen). Common interest developments: EV-dedicated TOU meters.
Would provide that any provision of the governing documents that effectively prohibits or restricts the installation or use of an electric vehicle charging station within an owner’s unit, or an EV-dedicated TOU meter, is void and unenforceable.Read more »
AB 1943 (Waldron). Manufactured housing: foundation systems: installation: common interest developments.
Would provide that a modular or mobile homeowner, who owns a separate interest within a common interest development, is deemed to have complied with building permit requirements, to install the home on a foundation system.Read more »
AB 1917 (Steinorth). Common interest developments.
Would lengthen the time in which an association may extend the termination date of the CC&Rs from 20 years to 25 years.Read more »
AB 1760 (Frazier). Parking: emergency vehicles.
Would prohibit an association from developing rules that would prohibit or restrict a member from parking an emergency vehicle on association property.Read more »
SB 721 (Hill). Contractors: decks and balconies: inspection.
Would require the inspection of any load-bearing components and associated waterproofing elements of the buildings by a licensed inspector. The bill would require the inspections and any repairs to be completed by January 1, 2022, along with subsequent inspections every 5 years.Read more »
AB 731 (Chen). Personal income taxes: deductions: homeowners’ association assessments.
Would allow a personal income tax deduction of up to $5,000 per year for regular assessments.Read more »