Pettit Kohn Prevails on Motion for Summary Judgment on Homeowners Association Matter

Pettit Kohn Prevails on Motion for Summary Judgment on Homeowners Association Matter

On December 8, 2015, Pettit Kohn Ingrassia & Lutz won a Motion for Summary Judgment for a homeowners’ association and its Board of Directors in San Diego. Plaintiffs alleged that the homeowners’ association and the individual Board members breached fiduciary duties and caused a nuisance regarding various issues in the development. The judge agreed with the defense that the homeowners’ association and the individual Board members acted within the provisions of the CC&Rs. Based on the provisions of the CC&Rs, the homeowners’ association and the individual Board members should be entitled to all attorneys’ fees and costs. Pettit Kohn Ingrassia & Lutz assisted their clients to avoid the expense and risk of trial. Valerie Garcia Hongopens in a new window, Matthew Smith, Ryan Nell and Arie Spangler represented the homeowners’ association and its Board of Directors.