loading… With continued inflation, rising costs of materials, and the volatility of our current economy, we continue to experience financial impacts to community associations, including the impact to an association when one of its vendors decides to file bankruptcy. There are a few different types of bankruptcy a vendor may file and different processes orGo to Resource
At Altitude Community Law, it’s important that we keep our clients up to date with the most recent information in the community association industry. As part of our educational strategies, our newsletters and blogs will give you deeper insight into the intricacies of community association law. We believe that the right attitude stems from being well versed in the knowledge necessary for community association operations, governance, and enforcement.
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loading… The first meeting of the Homeowners’ Rights Task Force occurred on October 24, 2023. At this initial meeting of the task force, brief discussion occurred about such topics as HOA manager licensing, options for resolving association disputes with homeowners that would be outside of the traditional lawsuit actions, the HOA budgeting process and potentialGo to Resource
loading… Pickle it – Sicily, 1922. No, wait. Sorry. Wrong Blog. *Starting Over…* Picture it – tennis and racquetball courts everywhere, 2023…. Not a tennis ball or racquetball in sight. Why, you ask? Because we have been surrounded, astounded, and overtaken by the pickle. *ahem* Pickle. Ball. According to USA Pickleball, the National Governing BodyGo to Resource
loading… On June 7, 2023, HB23-1068 was signed into law by Governor Polis. This bill provided changes to Colorado law intended to address concerns related to pet owners’ ability to find housing that allows them to keep their pets without unreasonable financial requirements. How does this bill impact associations? Sometimes associations restrict whether owners orGo to Resource
loading… The Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) was originally enacted in 2021 for the purpose of preventing money laundering, tax fraud, and other similar activities, by requiring corporations in the United States to file reports with the federal government regarding their beneficial owners. These reporting requirements are scheduled to take effect on January 1, 2024, andGo to Resource