Title 1350
Headings 1350.5
Documents Delivery 1350.7
Definitions used in the Act 1351
When this Article Applies 1352
Deletion of Prohibited Language 1352.5
Airport Influence Area 1353
Display of Flag 1353.5
Signs and Banners 1353.6
Roofs 1353.7
Enforcement of CC&Rs and Rules 1354
Amendment of CC&Rs 1355
Deletion of Developer Language 1355.5
Amendment of CC&Rs 1356
Term of CC&Rs 1357
Definitions. Operating Rules 1357.100
Enforceability of Operating Rules 1357.110
Which Rules must comply 1357.120
Notice of Rule Chanages 1357.130
Members’ Request of Special Meeting 1357.140
When Rules Restriction apply 1357.150
Severance of Membership. Partition 1358
Partition of Common Area. Partition Sale 1359
Modifications to Common Area 1360
Pets 1360.5
Easements 1361
Access to Lot or Unit 1361.5
Tenancy in Common 1362
Elections and Meetings 1363.03
Election Campaign Funds 1363.04
Management of the Common Interest Development 1363
Possible Eduction 1363.001
Management Disclosure/Information 1363.1
Management Funds 1363.2
Articles of Incorporation Statements 1363.5
Identification of CIDs 1363.6
Open Meetings 1363.05
Association Transfer of Title or Easements 1363.07
Civil Action for Elections/Meetings Violations 1363.09
Internal Dispute Resolution 1363.810
Reasonable Procedures 1363.820
Procedure Requirements 1363.830
Failure to Provide Resolution Procedures 1363.840
Notice of Dispute Procedures 1363.850
Repair, Maintenance and Replacement Responsibility 1364
Financial Information and Disclosure 1365
Assessment Collection Disclosures 1365.1
Inspection of Association's Documents and Records 1365.2
Assessment and Reserve Funding Disclosure Summary 1365.2.5
Community Service Organizations 1365.3
Review of Financial Documents by the Board. Reserves 1365.5
Limited Liablity for Volunteers 1365.7
Limited Liability for Owners if Insured 1365.9
Regular and Special Assessments 1366
No Excess Assessments 1366.1
Recorded Statement To Facilitate Collection of Assessments 1366.2
Liens for Delinquent Assessments. Enforcement of Liens 1367
Assessment Collection Procedures. Notice of Lien 1367.1
Limits on Collection of Assessments 1367.4
Assessment Lien Error 1367.5
Documents to Purchaser 1368
Restrictions on Marketability 1368.1
Standing of an Association 1368.3
Recovery of Damages 1368.4
Civil Action against Developer 1368.5
Mechanic’s Lien 1369
Definitions. Alternative Dispute Resolution 1369.510
Alternative Dispute Resolution before filing Suit 1369.520
Service of Request for Resolution 1369.530
Time Limit for Request for Resolution 1369.540
Tolling of Statute of Limitations 1369.550
Certificate of Compliance with Statute 1369.560
Alternative Dispute Resolution after Suit is Filed 1369.570
Award of Attorney Fees and Costs 1369.580
Annual Summary of Alternative Dispute Resolution 1369.590
Liberal Construction of CC&Rs 1370
Boundaries of Condominium Units 1371
Local Zoning 1372
Provisions not applying to Commercial and Industrial developments 1373
Act does not Apply if there is no Common Area 1374
Construction Defect Litigation 1375
Construction Defect—Civil Action 1375.05
. Construction Defect, Settlement with Developer 1375.1
Satellite Antennas 1376
Architectural Rules 1378

The Davis-Stirling Act
1365. Financial Information and Disclosure

Unless the governing documents impose more stringent standards, the association shall prepare and distribute to all of its members the following documents:

(a) A pro forma operating budget, which shall include all of the following:

(1) The estimated revenue and expenses on an accrual basis.

(2) A summary of the association's reserves based upon the most recent review or study conducted pursuant to Section 1365.5, based only on assets held in cash or cash equivalents, which shall be printed in boldface type and include all of the following:

(A) The current estimated replacement cost, estimated remaining

life, and estimated useful life of each major component.

(B) As of the end of the fiscal year for which the study is

prepared:

(i) The current estimate of the amount of cash reserves necessary to repair, replace, restore, or maintain the major components.

(ii) The current amount of accumulated cash reserves actually set aside to repair, replace, restore, or maintain major components.

(iii) If applicable, the amount of funds received from either a compensatory damage award or settlement to an association from any person or entity for injuries to property, real or personal, arising out of any construction or design defects, and the expenditure or disposition of funds, including the amounts expended for the direct and indirect costs of repair of construction or design defects. These amounts shall be reported at the end of the fiscal year for which the study is prepared as separate line items under cash reserves pursuant to clause (ii). In lieu of complying with the requirements set forth in this clause, an association that is obligated to issue a review of their financial statement pursuant to subdivision (b) may include in the review a statement containing all of the information required by this clause.

(C) The percentage that the amount determined for purposes of clause (ii) of subparagraph (B) equals the amount determined for purposes of clause (i) of subparagraph (B).

(3) A statement as to both of the following:

(A) Whether the board of directors of the association has determined or anticipates that the levy of one or more special assessments will be required to repair, replace, or restore any major component or to provide adequate reserves therefor. If so, the statement shall also set out the estimated amount, commencement date, and duration of the assessment.

(B) The mechanism or mechanisms by which the board of directors will fund reserves to repair or replace major components, including assessments, borrowing, use of other assets, deferral of selected replacement or repairs, or alternative mechanisms.

(4) A general statement addressing the procedures used for the calculation and establishment of those reserves to defray the future repair, replacement, or additions to those major components that the association is obligated to maintain. The report shall include, but need not be limited to, reserve calculations made using the formula described in paragraph (4) of subdivision (b) of Section 1365.2.5, and may not assume a rate of return on cash reserves in excess of 2 percent above the rediscount rate published by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco at the time the calculation was made.

The summary of the association's reserves disclosed pursuant to paragraph (2) shall not be admissible in evidence to show improper financial management of an association, provided that other relevant and competent evidence of the financial condition of the association is not made inadmissible by this provision.

Notwithstanding a contrary provision in the governing documents, a copy of the operating budget shall be annually distributed not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days prior to the beginning of the association's fiscal year.

(b) A review of the financial statement of the association shall be prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting

principles by a licensee of the California Board of Accountancy for any fiscal year in which the gross income to the association exceeds seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000). A copy of the review of the financial statement shall be distributed within 120 days after the close of each fiscal year.

(c) In lieu of the distribution of the pro forma operating budget required by subdivision (a), the board of directors may elect to distribute a summary of the pro forma operating budget to all of its members with a written notice that the pro forma operating budget is available at the business office of the association or at another suitable location within the boundaries of the development, and that copies will be provided upon request and at the expense of the association. If any member requests that a copy of the pro forma operating budget required by subdivision (a) be mailed to the member, the association shall provide the copy to the member by first-class United States mail at the expense of the association and delivered within five days. The written notice that is distributed to each of the association members shall be in at least 10-point boldface type on the front page of the summary of the budget.

(d) A statement describing the association's policies and practices in enforcing lien rights or other legal remedies for default in payment of its assessments against its members shall be annually delivered to the members not less than 30 days nor more than

90 days immediately preceding the beginning of the association's fiscal year.

(e) (1) A summary of the association's property, general liability, earthquake, flood, and fidelity insurance policies, which shall be distributed not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days preceding the beginning of the association's fiscal year, that includes all of the following information about each policy:

(A) The name of the insurer.

(B) The type of insurance.

(C) The policy limits of the insurance.

(D) The amount of deductibles, if any.

(2) The association shall, as soon as reasonably practicable, notify its members by first-class mail if any of the policies described in paragraph (1) have lapsed, been canceled, and are not immediately renewed, restored, or replaced, or if there is a significant change, such as a reduction in coverage or limits or an increase in the deductible, as to any of those policies. If the association receives any notice of nonrenewal of a policy described in paragraph (1), the association shall immediately notify its members if replacement coverage will not be in effect by the date the existing coverage will lapse.

(3) To the extent that any of the information required to be disclosed pursuant to paragraph (1) is specified in the insurance policy declaration page, the association may meet its obligation to disclose that information by making copies of that page and distributing it to all of its members.

(4) The summary distributed pursuant to paragraph (1) shall contain, in at least 10-point boldface type, the following statement:

"This summary of the association's policies of insurance provides only certain information, as required by subdivision (e) of Section 1365 of the Civil Code, and should not be considered a substitute for the complete policy terms and conditions contained in the actual policies of insurance. Any association member may, upon request and provision of reasonable notice, review the association's insurance policies and, upon request and payment of reasonable duplication charges, obtain copies of those policies. Although the association maintains the policies of insurance specified in this summary, the association's policies of insurance may not cover your property, including personal property or, real property improvements to or around your dwelling, or personal injuries or other losses that occur within or around your dwelling. Even if a loss is covered, you may nevertheless be responsible for paying all or a portion of any deductible that applies. Association members should consult with their individual insurance broker or agent for appropriate additional coverage."
 
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