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
1368. Documents to Purchaser

(a) The owner of a separate interest, other than an owner subject to the requirements of Section 11018.6 of the Business and Professions Code, shall, as soon as practicable before transfer of title to the separate interest or execution of a real property sales contract therefore, as defined in Section 2985, provide the following to the prospective purchaser:
(1) A copy of the governing documents of the common interest development, including any operating rules, and including a copy of the association's articles of incorporation, or, if not incorporated, a statement in writing from an authorized representative of the association that the association is not incorporated.
(2) If there is a restriction in the governing documents limiting the occupancy, residency, or use of a separate interest on the basis of age in a manner different from that provided in Section 51.3, a statement that the restriction is only enforceable to the extent permitted by Section 51.3 and a statement specifying the applicable provisions of Section 51.3.
(3) A copy of the most recent documents distributed pursuant to Section 1365.
(4) A true statement in writing obtained from an authorized representative of the association as to the amount of the association's current regular and special assessments and fees, any assessments levied upon the owner's interest in the common interest development that are unpaid on the date of the statement, and any monetary fines
or penalties levied upon the owner's interest and unpaid on the date of the statement. The statement obtained from an authorized representative shall also include true information on late charges, interest, and costs of collection which, as of the date of the statement, are or may be made a lien upon the owner's interest in a common interest development pursuant to Section 1367 or 1367.1.
(5) A copy or a summary of any notice previously sent to the owner pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1363 that sets forth any alleged violation of the governing documents that remains unresolved at the time of the request. The notice shall not be deemed a waiver of the association's right to enforce the governing documents against the owner or the prospective purchaser of the separate interest with respect to any violation. This paragraph shall not be construed to require an association to inspect an owner's separate interest.
(6) A copy of the preliminary list of defects provided to each member of the association pursuant to Section 1375, unless the association and the builder subsequently enter into a settlement agreement or otherwise resolve the matter and the association complies with Section 1375.1. Disclosure of the preliminary list of defects pursuant to this paragraph does not waive any privilege attached to the document. The preliminary list of defects shall also include a statement that a final determination as to whether the list of defects is accurate and complete has not been made.
(7) A copy of the latest information provided for in Section 1375.1.
(8) Any change in the association's current regular and special assessments and fees which have been approved by the association's board of directors, but have not become due and payable as of the date disclosure is provided pursuant to this subdivision.
(b) Upon written request, an association shall, within 10 days of the mailing or delivery of the request, provide the owner of a separate interest with a copy of the requested items specified in paragraphs (1) to (8), inclusive, of subdivision (a). The items required to be made available pursuant to this section may be maintained in electronic form and requesting parties shall have the option of receiving them by electronic transmission or machine readable storage media if the association maintains these items in electronic form. The association may charge a reasonable fee for this service based upon the association's actual cost to procure, prepare, and reproduce the requested items.
(c)(1) Subject to the provisions of paragraph (2), neither an association nor a community service organization or similar entity may impose or collect any assessment, penalty, or fee in connection with a transfer of title or any other interest except for the
following:
(A) An amount not to exceed the association's actual costs to change its records.
(B) An amount authorized by subdivision (b).
(2) The amendments made to this subdivision by the act adding this paragraph do not apply to a community service organization or similar entity that is described in subparagraph (A) or (B)
(A) The community service organization or similar entity satisfies
both of the following requirements:
(i) The community service organization or similar entity was established prior to February 20, 2003.
(ii) The community service organization or similar entity exists and operates, in whole or in part, to fund or perform environmental mitigation or to restore or maintain wetlands or native habitat, as required by the state or local government as an express written condition of development.
(B) The community service organization or similar entity satisfies
all of the following requirements:
(i) The community service organization or similar entity is not an organization or entity described in subparagraph (A).
(ii) The community service organization or similar entity was established and received a transfer fee prior to January 1, 2004.
(iii) On and after January 1, 2006, the community service
organization or similar entity offers a purchaser the following payment options for the fee or charge it collects at time of transfer:
(I) Paying the fee or charge at the time of transfer.
(II) Paying the fee or charge pursuant to an installment payment plan for a period of not less than seven years. If the purchaser elects to pay the fee or charge in installment payments, the community service organization or similar entity may also collect additional amounts that do not exceed the actual costs for billing and financing on the amount owed. If the purchaser sells the separate interest before the end of the installment payment plan period, he or she shall pay the remaining balance prior to transfer.
(3) For the purposes of this subdivision, a "community serviceorganization or similar entity" means a nonprofit entity, other than an association, that is organized to provide services to residents of the common interest development or to the public in addition to the residents, to the extent community common areas or facilities are available to the public. A "community service organization or similar entity" does not include an entity that has been organized solely to raise moneys and contribute to other nonprofit organizations that are qualified as tax exempt under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and that provide housing or housing assistance.
(d) Any person or entity who willfully violates this section is liable to the purchaser of a separate interest that is subject to this section for actual damages occasioned thereby and, in addition, shall pay a civil penalty in an amount not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500). In an action to enforce this liability, the prevailing party shall be awarded reasonable attorneys' fees.
(e) Nothing in this section affects the validity of title to real property transferred in violation of this section.
(f) In addition to the requirements of this section, an owner transferring title to a separate interest shall comply with applicable requirements of Sections 1133 and 1134.
(g) For the purposes of this section, a person who acts as a community association manager is an agent, as defined in Section 2297, of the association.
 
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