When developing a new subdivision project the developer must hire an attorney to draft Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs), Association Bylaws, and Association Articles of incorporation (Management Documents). These documents form the basis of the association’s rules, voting procedures, dispute resolution and assessment allocation.
Murakami Law has extensive experience drafting Management Documents and coordinating their approval by the BRE and by local agencies. We have prepared documents for thousands of projects throughout California, ranging from small two-unit subdivisions to subdivisions of hundreds of units and lots. We have drafted documents and governance structures for a diverse array of projects including complex mixed-use projects, large shopping centers, specialized industrial condominiums, and suburban planned developments.
Many of Murakami Law documents are pre-approved by the California Bureau of Real Estate (BRE), and we work closely on a routine basis with BRE deputies and supervisors on a number of issues. Additionally we share a close working relationship with many engineers who draft subdivision maps and condominium plans, association budget preparers, architects, title companies, escrow companies and BRE processors.
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