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2020: New HOA Laws

A handful of new California laws affecting the operation of homeowners associations and governance of common interest subdivisions take effect on January 1, 2020. The following is a primer on the new laws to know. AB 670 – Accessory Dwelling Units New and existing state laws promote the development of accessory dwelling units (commonly referred […]

Scott Jackson Inducted into the CHF Hall of Fame

IRVINE, CA – Jackson Tidus is proud to announce that co-founder Scott Jackson was inducted into the California Homebuilding Foundation (CHF) Hall of Fame at the CHF Hall of Fame Gala in San Francisco on June 26, 2018.  This honor recognizes Scott’s decades-long contributions to the homebuilding industry, highlighting his exceptional legal career and charitable […]

AB 2330’s Broker-Associate Notification Requirements Take Effect January 1, 2018

Builders and their affiliates who conduct real estate brokerage activities should be prepared to comply with new broker-associate notification requirements taking effect on January 1, 2018. “Broker-associates” are those individuals licensed as real estate brokers who work in the capacity of a salesperson for another “responsible broker” (i.e., the individual broker or corporation responsible for […]

John Leverett to be a featured panelist presenting at the CACM Expo and Law Seminar

IRVINE, CA – John Leverett, of the Firm’s Subdivision Services Group, will be a featured panelist presenting “Lessons from the New Kids on the Block”  at the CACM Expo and Law Seminar in Anaheim on March 17, 2017.  The session will cover new construction methodologies and governance structures, as well as new methods of operations and features […]