The Office of the Attorney General has limited, discretionary authority to intervene on behalf of homeowners who are denied certain rights under state and federal law. However, most homeowners associations (HOA) complaints are considered private matters that require the assistance of a private attorney. Examples of complaints not handled by the Office of the Attorney General include issues over services, amenities, or maintenance-related matters, poor management, misappropriation or negligent handling of corporate assets, parking and the towing of vehicles, dues, assessments and citations, foreclosure proceedings, and accountability for common interest assets, i.e., landscaping, pools and clubhouses. For additional information visit the AG website at https://oag.ca.gov/consumers/general/homeowner_assn.
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