OK, so you were incautious enough to buy a house in an HOA neighborhood. Now you realize you’re about to get sued for some offense against a member, or even non-member.
Concerned owners, of course, need to communicate with their neighbors about how much they’re going to lose in this lawsuit. Those HOA do-gooders have just handed out some brochures to get all the lawsuit victims on board.
Oops! Those HOA do-gooders have just lost their attorney-client privilege. All privileged documents now have to be turned over to the suing attorney, all legal strategies, all incredibly personal information that might have used to defend the HOA against the suit.
Isn’t it just wonderful how the legal system is designed to reward the tricky, and punish the honest?