Property Appeals in California
Los Angeles, California: Appeals Arising out of Neighbor Disputes
Disputes between neighbors--or between homeowners and their homeowners' association or HOAs--make up an astonishing number of lawsuits in California every year. Many of these neighbor dispute cases end up in California appellate courts, which are asked to make decisions that will guide the resolution of future disputes between neighbors.
Daniel J. Koes, a board-certified appellate law specialist, has substantial experience in successfully handling appeals involving neighbor disputes, homeowners' association disputes and other property issues.
Property Appeals That Establish Law for Future Cases
Koes has been involved in a wide variety of appeals arising out of homeowners' association and neighbor disputes that have a substantial impact on the state of California law. One is a leading case in the country on the right of a homeowners' association member to challenge a decision made by the association's board of directors in which the California Supreme Court adopted a rule that requires California courts to defer to the HOA's board's decisionmaking when owners seek to litigate ordinary maintenance decisions. To see the Lamden v. LaJolla Shores case, click here.
Schedule a Free Consultation
If you are seeking an appellate attorney to handle an appeal arising out of a property dispute--whether in state or federal court--contact Daniel J. Koes to discuss the range of his services and how he may be able to assist. Call 310-400-5898 to schedule a free consultation or contact him via email.
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