Maris Davies

Attorney - Transaction

Phone: 303.991.2040
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Maris enjoys writing for the Altitude Community Law blog as well as teaching board members and managers in the community association industry. Prior to joining the team at Altitude Community Law, Maris worked as a litigator with a real estate and financial services firm. While working through real estate lawsuits and owner to owner disputes, she learned the importance of clarity in contracts and agreements. Her experience in court has given her the ability to connect and work with many different types of personalities. Today, she serves our community association clients by analyzing, catching, and communicating potential pitfalls before they happen.

Education:
B.S., Ithaca College – 2001
Juris Doctorate, University of Denver – 2009

Professional Organizations:
Colorado Bar Association – Since 2009

Recent Publications:
What Are Conflicts of Interest?
Crucial Contract Provisions To Protect An Association
Pre-CCIOA Communities Might Have To Allow Homeowners The Right To Veto Budget
Dog Profiling…Could It Be A Thing Of The Past?
Rental Caps: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
Special Assessments- How They Work And The Authority To Levy The Same

Upcoming Speaking Engagements:
12/6- Ask the Experts (Lakewood)

Posts by Maris Davies

In prior blog posts  we discussed House Bill 18-1342, which proposed that all pre-Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) communities, i.e. communities formed prior to July 1, 1992, comply with the budget veto process found in Section 303(4)(a) of CCIOA. Section 303(4)(a) was, previously, only applicable to post-CCIOA communities. HB 18-1342 has been signed intoGo to Article

By Maris S. Davies, Esq. In a prior blog post we discussed House Bill 18-1342, which proposed that all pre-Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) communities, i.e. communities formed prior to July 1, 1992, comply with the budget veto process found in Section 303(4)(a) of CCIOA, which is currently only applicable to post-CCIOA communities. Yesterday, duringGo to Article