Common Interest Development

Our Common Interest Development Practice Group assists developers by preparing governing documents (CC&Rs, Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws), related easement, land sharing, and maintenance agreements, and sales documents for residential, commercial, industrial, and mixed-use planned developments and condominiums.

Our attorneys are very familiar with the development process. With this experience, we work with clients on obtaining local and state project approvals and assist clients on a wide variety of projects, including: large and small residential planned developments and condominiums, master planned communities, high‐rise mixed‐use condominiums, industrial and commercial parks, affordable housing, and senior housing. We also advise clients on issues related to the Subdivision Map Act, Subdivided Lands Act, Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act, Commercial and Industrial Common Interest Development Act, and the Right to Repair Law (SB 800). 

Miller Starr Regalia attorneys author the twelve-volume Miller & Starr, California Real Estate 4th, the most widely used and judicially cited real estate treatise in California, which includes a chapter exclusively devoted to Common Interest Developments. Members of the Common Interest Development Practice Group also lead peers and members of the real estate industry by teaching seminars before the California State Bar, the California Building Industry Association, local bar associations and other organizations.

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