R.E.A.C.H. August 2010: Developer Cannot Enter Into Arbitration Agreement With Himself

The Fourth Appellate District Court of Appeal recently held that an arbitration agreement that was recorded as part of the initial CC&Rs in a condominium development was unenforceable. The agreement, recorded before any of the units were sold, was not a true agreement, and was not binding, despite having been recorded with the CC&Rs.


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