Commercial & Industrial CIDS
California's commercial and industrial associations are governed by the Commercial and Industrial Common Interest Development (CID) Act. The Act regulates commercial and industrial developments that have been created by law or recorded CC&Rs. These can be medical suites, office buildings, industrial parks, shopping centers, hotels, etc. formulated exclusively for business use; where the units are individually owned and part of an association for the common area maintenance and operations.
It is important to note that mixed-use properties with a residential component are governed by the Davis Stirling Act, not the Commercial and Industrial CID Act.
SwedelsonGottlieb works with a variety of commercial and mixed-use associations throughout California on matters such as compliance, covenant enforcement, elections, member disputes, litigation, assessment rights and responsibilities, conversions, and land leases.
Introducing the Commercial and Industrial Common Interest Development Act