PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Sept. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Many owners of homes who want to rent their properties on a short-term basis within homeowner associations (HOAs) in California got a huge boost from a recent decision by the California Court of Appeal in a case regarding the emerging trend of HOAs changing their governing documents to prohibit short-term renting.
The decision, published as Brown v. Montage at Mission Hills, 2021 Cal.App. LEXIS 694 (Aug. 20, 2021), will have statewide impacts on the short term vacation rental industry in common interest developments (CIDs) more commonly known as HOAs.
Shaun M. Murphy, a partner at Palm Springs-based SBEMP Attorneys, LLP, successfully represented plaintiff Nancie Brown in the Court of Appeal.
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