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Recent Publications by Altitude Community Law

CAN I HAVE YOUR PHONE NUMBER?

Common interest communities are responsible for maintaining voluminous records—some of which may not be made available to homeowners.  The Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) addresses inspection and copying of association records by homeowners and provides guidelines as to which records must be made available to owners, which records may be made available to owners,Go to Resource

Crucial Contract Provisions to Protect an Association

By: Maris S. Davies, Esq. Associations enter into contracts on a regular basis. Contracts are used to procure landscape services, snow removal services, major roofing or repair services, and everything in between. The dollar amounts at issue may range anywhere from a few hundred dollars to millions, depending on the repair and/or improvement being done.Go to Resource

Need To Amend Your Declaration But Can’t Get Enough Approvals?

Having trouble garnering sufficient owner participation from your community association? Can’t get more than 5 owners to attend a meeting, much less meet a quorum to conduct association business? This is unfortunately very common for many associations, and it can pose a major obstacle when attempting to amend an association’s declaration. As you may know,Go to Resource

Need to Amend Your Declaration, but Can’t Get Enough Approvals?

Having trouble garnering sufficient owner participation from your community association?  Can’t get more than 5 owners to attend a meeting, much less meet a quorum to conduct association business?  This is all too common for many associations, and it can pose a major obstacle when attempting to amend the association’s declaration. As you may know,Go to Resource

Collecting Delinquent Assessments – Why Does it Take So Long?

It’s Tuesday night and your board is gathered around the table in the clubhouse reviewing the board packet with last month’s meeting minutes, vendor contracts to review, and the dreaded delinquency report. A collective groan escapes and your treasurer asks, “What can we do to collect on these delinquencies faster? Why does it take soGo to Resource
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