“Financial Services”: acts performed, including, but not limited to, the preparation of internal unaudited financial statements, internal accounting and bookkeeping functions, billing of assessments, and related services.
“Management Services”: acts performed including, but not limited to, the following:
1. Administering or supervising the collection, reporting, and archiving of the financial and common area assets of the association at the direction of the association’s board of directors.
2. Implementing resolutions and directives of the board of directors of the association elected to oversee the operation of the common interest development.
3. Implementing provisions of governing documents, as defined in Section 1351 of the Civil Code, that govern the operation of the common interest development.
4. Administering association contracts, including insurance contracts, within the scope of the association’s duties or with other common interest development managers, vendors, contractors, and other third-party providers of goods and services to the association.
5. Adherence to a code of professional ethics and standards of practice for certified common interest development managers.
Personnel Issues, including, but not limited to, general matters related to independent contractor or employee status, the laws on harassment, the Unruh Civil Rights Act, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Risk Management, including, but not limited to, insurance coverage, maintenance, operations, and emergency preparedness.
Property Protection for the association, including, but not limited to, pertinent matters relating to environmental hazards such as asbestos, radon gas, and lead-based paint, the Vehicle Code, local and municipal regulations, family day care facilities, energy conservation, Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations, and solar energy systems.
Business Affairs of the association, including, but not limited to, necessary compliance with federal, state, and local law.
Enforcement Matters, including, but not limited to interpretation, implementation, and enforcement of governing documents, codes, and regulations relating to the activities and affairs of the association.
General Management that is related to the managerial and business skills needed for management of the common interest development, including, but not limited to, the following:
Finance issues, including, but not limited to, budget preparation; management; administration or supervision of the collection, reporting, and archiving of the financial or common area assets of the association or common interest development; bankruptcy laws; and assessment collection.
Contract negotiation and administration.
Supervision of employees and staff.
Management of maintenance programs.
Management and administration of rules, regulations, and parliamentary procedures.
Management and administration of architectural standards.
Management and administration of the association’s recreational programs and facilities.
Management and administration of owner and resident communications.
Training and strategic planning for the association’s board of directors and its committees.
Implementation of association policies and procedures.
Current issues relating to common interest developments.
Conflict avoidance and resolution mechanisms.
Topics covered by the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act, contained in Title 6 (commencing with Section 1350) of Part 4 of Division 2 of the Civil Code, including, but not limited to, the types of California common interest developments, disclosure requirements pertaining to common interest developments, meeting requirements, financial reporting requirements, and member access to association records.