RE: Unacceptable Response to Inspection of Records - collections administration
Request of records per civil code
a. Part A refers to records that according to civil code, should be produced, like contracts for both Keystone and Harkins: per Civil Code 5210, records for current year and two prior. More than likely, these records will not show any improper activity.
b. Part B, refers to records that should be produced under the reasonable people principle, not unlike the response by OAH to John Seller’ in his quest to stop tyrannical HOA attorneys & crooked Management Companies – see
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Keystone/Harkins Dirty Tricks: Shifting the Burden
Another example of a prompt responsive request for records is the Orange County Board of Supervisors:
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Keystone/Harkins Dirty Tricks: Flat out lies 7 Innuendos
Who benefits? Follow the Money
What the Evidence ShowsThe preponderance of evidence clearly indicates that Keystone/Harkins, with the CZ board’s consent are using litigation for questionable collections practice: Why would anyone allow Harkins to charge $30,000 to the HOA for a Small Claims Court action? Why should a homeowner lose his property for an improperly parked RV? What is the return on investment on the litigation resources investment?
In addition to the aforementioned intimidation tactics there are The boards, embodied in Mr. Mitchell's reptilian remarks that invalided the CZ Master Association 2016 elections, like "signage is NTSB-compliant ," and "There is nothing wrong with golf crossing signage in the most dangerous curve in Coto´ after a series of accidents, or " I have not been able to verify your safety data," when the board has failed to meets its legal obligation to deliver 520 patrol hours per quarter and refused to provide additional law enforcement using the OCSD, as customized legislation SB-298 approved in 2013 allowed. This led directly to the tragic death of hand Franz Nalezny, 22, January 31, 2014 – perfect illustration of depraved indifference.
Xochitl Yocham’s Conflict of Interest
Ms. Yochama's assertion that requests for records should be sent to the property management company employees despite obnoxious and incompetent personnel, it is clear evidence of willful ignorance or depraved indifference, not to mention Ms. Yocham’s conflict of interest. Simply for her experience as a member of the CZ board of directors, she was awarded the opportunity to join the enemy: Joint the HOA industry composed of what to John Seller’ calls tyrannical HOA attorneys & crooked Management Companies.
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