California Business and Professions Code > Bus. & Prof. Code §11273. Inspection of Books and Records
(a) The books of account, minutes of members and governing body meetings, and all other records of the time-share plan maintained by the association or the managing entity shall be made available for inspection and copying by any member, or by his or her duly appointed representative, at any reasonable time for a purpose reasonably related to membership in the association.
(b) The records shall be made available for inspection at the office where the records are maintained. Upon receipt of an authenticated written request from a member along with the fee prescribed by the governing body to defray the costs of reproduction, the managing entity or other custodian of records of the association or the time-share plan shall prepare and transmit to the member a copy of any and all records requested.
(c) The governing body shall establish reasonable rules with respect to all of the following:
(1) Notice to be given to the managing entity or other custodian of the records by the member desiring to make the inspection or to obtain copies.
(2) Hours and days of the week when a personal inspection of the records may be made.
(3) Payment of the cost of reproducing copies of records requested by a member.
(d) Every governing body member shall have the absolute right at any time to inspect all books, records, and documents of the association and all real and personal properties owned and controlled by the association.
(e) The association shall maintain among its records a complete list of the names and addresses of all owners of time-share interests in the time-share plan. The association shall update this list no less frequently than every six months. Unless otherwise provided in the time-share instruments, the association may not publish this owner’s list or provide a copy of it to any time-share interest owner or to any third party or use or sell the list for commercial purposes.
(f) For single site time-share plans and component sites of a multisite time-share plan located outside of the state, the association shall be subject to the provisions set forth in this section. The association must be in compliance with the applicable laws of the state or jurisdiction in which the time-share property or component site is located, and if a conflict exists between laws of the situs state and the requirements set forth in this section, the law of the situs state shall control. If the association and the time-share instruments provide for the matters contained in this section, the association shall be deemed to be in compliance with the requirements of this section and neither the developer nor the association shall be required to make revisions to the time-share instruments in order to comply with the section.