Collected here are training videos produced by the Center for California Homeowner Association Law (CCHAL) at law libraries, public libraries, university campuses, and at CCHAL state conferences. All of them focus on the law. They are designed for homeowners, policymakers, journalists, attorneys whose goal is to understand the laws governing California common interest developments (aka “homeowner associations”). Laid out in the law are the rights and duties of the people who buy association homes as well as the rights and duties of the association itself.
Videos cover, for example training on “Using Small Claims Court to Challenge Elections, Access Records, Recover Disputed Sums”; “Exercising Rights of Free Speech Under SB407”; “California Appellate Cases Impacting Homeowner Rights During Assessment Collection”; and a two hour training on “Limited Scope Representation.”
Videos are available to CCHAL Contributing Members.