This guide contains instructions for where to locate and how to extract data inside TOPS Professional to maintain compliance for California Community Associations.
With the many new changes in 2014 to California Civil Code Part 5, sections 4000-6150 (better known as the Davis Stirling Act), community managers are struggling to adapt their management software to be compliant.This guide contains everything you need to know to implement Davis Stirling Act compliance into your TOPS Community Association Management Software, including:
As a California Community Association Manager, this kit gives you everything you need to automate your compliance to make it easy not just for one year, but for every year to come.
Not a California Manager? That's OK! The sample policies and form letters contained in this kit are useful for any association manager who wants to be open with their boards and provide owners with full communication transparency for charges and liens.
NOTICE: TOPS is not a legal representative licensed to practice law in the state of California. While this guide is provided as a helpful resource to assist in compliance, it is strongly recommended that you review both these suggestions, and the entire text of the law with your association’s attorney who is well-versed in California law to confirm compliance.