loading… The Colorado Supreme Court recently issued a decision that significantly impacts common interest communities’ need to enforce contracts by filing a lawsuit or an arbitration proceeding. This decision affects the timing considerations of when such proceedings must be filed. The deadlines measuring when lawsuits must be filed are known as “statutes of limitation”. TheyGo to Resource
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loading… ** This article was originally published in in the CAI-SOCO Community Connections Magazine Q1, 2024 ** It seems like every time we start to get used to how things are, a new law gets thrown at us and we have to adapt again. My practice specializes in debt recovery for community associations and justGo to Resource
loading… Introduced January 31, 2024 by Representative Naquetta Ricks, the proposed bill, HB24-1158, would severely hamper an HOA’s efforts to foreclose for unpaid assessments. The bill proposes that prior to turning over a delinquent account to collections or to an attorney for legal action, an HOA must send a notice to the owner that freeGo to Resource
loading… ** This article was originally published in in the CAI-RMC Common Interest Magazine Vol. 41, No. 6: Planning Ahead/Goals/Community Visions issue ** I was asked to write an article about loneliness in our industry. Where to begin when there’s so much to say? Covid-19 and forced isolation? The curse of technology on quality connection?Go to Resource
loading… More HOA legislation is here! Five new bills have been released so far this January, including HB24-1078, also known as the Community Manager Regulation Bill. Below is an introduction to each of the remaining four bills released this month (so far). SB24-005 – Prohibit Landscaping Practices for Water Conservation – Here is a billGo to Resource