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Helpful resources on Community HOA Living and Community Association Law impacting the Common Interest Development Industry. 



Below is a few links to the mort commonly referred to for Homeowner Leaders (Board Members) and interested homeowners.


CAI-CV is the leading source of education, advocacy and professional credentialing for common interest developments (CIDs) in the Coachella Valley.  CAI-CV is one of 64 CAI chapters in the U.S. and abroad with more than 40,000 members worldwide. 


Founded in 1991, the California Association of Community Managers, Inc. (CACM) is a professional trade association focused on elevating the professionalism and success of the California community management industry.

Davis-Stirling Act

The Davis–Stirling Common Interest Development Act is the popular name of the portion of the California Civil Code beginning with section 4000,[1] which governs condominium, cooperative, and planned unit development communities in California. Contrary to popular belief, the bill was authored/drafted by University of San Diego School of Law Professor Katharine N. Rosenberry while she served as a Senior Consultant to the California Assembly Select Committee on Common Interest Developments. Assemblymen Lawrence W. "Larry" Stirling and Gray Davis added their names as authors prior to the bill being passed/enacted by the California State Legislature in September of 1985. In 2012, the Act was comprehensively reorganized and recodified by Assembly Bill 805.


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