David Closson

Shareholder - Transaction

Phone: 303.991.2000
Dave is a shareholder with Altitude Community Law and the head of our Business Law Group department. Dave is a Colorado Native, born in Boulder, with a law degree and MBA from CU. His years of running a business and handling real estate transactions is a perfect fit for associations. He is tenacious and tactical in accomplishing deals – no matter how small or large, and in the process he never fails to get the result the client wants.

B.A., Colorado State University – 1995
MBA, University of Colorado Leeds School of Business – 2002
Juris Doctorate, University of Colorado School of Law – 2002

Professional Organizations:
Community Associations Institute – Since 2010

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Recent Publications by David A. Closson

Spring Is Here – Time To Get Your Architectural Review House In Order

Winter is over and spring has finally arrived! For many homeowners this means that the time has come to begin thinking about home improvement projects. Installing gardens, refreshing landscaping, expanding patios, constructing sheds, and house painting are common spring and summer projects. For associations, and their architectural review committees, this could mean an influx ofGo to Resource

To Tow or Not to Tow – Towing Regulations Governing Community Associations

Is finding a parking space in your community challenging?  Condominium and townhome-style communities often have open parking lots which may include individually assigned parking spaces and/or parking spaces which are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Such communities commonly adopt parking rules that aim to increase safety, improve the flow of traffic, and maximize parkingGo to Resource

Simple Bylaw Amendments to Improve Community Operations

Outdated and burdensome provisions within the association’s bylaws can serve to hinder operations and needlessly increase administrative costs.  For example, does your board conduct business via email?  The association’s bylaws likely have a provision that sets forth the requirements for the board to make decisions outside of a board meeting (such as email) and itGo to Resource

Winter Wonderland – 5 Tips to Protect Your Association this Season

‘Tis the season for limited daylight, falling snow, and cold temperatures here in Colorado!  It is the time of year homeowner associations commonly face seasonal challenges such as frozen pipes, slip and fall accidents, and disputes with snow removal vendors.  These issues can serve to take the joy out of the holiday season for all.Go to Resource

Executive Sessions and House Bill 22-1137

One instance in which Colorado law favors transparency in homeowner associations is in the form of open Board meetings.  Specifically, Section 308 of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) provides that meetings of an association’s Board of Directors are generally open to attendance by all homeowners. The spirit of the law is to allowGo to Resource
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