loading… Three of the bills aimed at common interest communities are all scheduled to be heard on March 9, 2022, in the afternoon session of the House Committee on Transportation and Local Government.  The three bills are HB22-1239, which is the regulation of community association managers and, more appropriately, the regulation of community association managementGo to Article

loading… With the new legislative session comes the desire to recreate a COVID era restriction and make it permanent. Hence, we have SB22-086. If signed into law as currently written, SB22-086 would greatly limit an association’s ability to collect delinquent assessments. The two main ways associations can collect involuntarily are through either a bank garnishmentGo to Article

loading… Two more bills have been introduced aimed at addressing owner concerns with Common Interest Communities. HB 22-1137, self-titled as a bill “Concerning practices of unit owners’ associations, and in connection therewith, authorizing the enforcement of certain matters regarding unit owners’ associations in small claims court and limiting the conduct of unit owners’ associations inGo to Article

loading… The Colorado Legislature gaveled into session on January 12, 2022, and it did not take long to introduce the first three Common Interest Community Bills.  The topic of the three bills relate to access to the common elements and the use of proxies in association operations. HB 22-1040 “Concerns the Right of Unit OwnersGo to Article

loading… AND OUR CONTINUING DEDICATION TO ELEVATING YOUR COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LEGAL EXPERIENCE! Altitude Community Law P.C. has much to celebrate as 2022 begins! Not only do we have the best clients and colleagues, but we are also proud to announce some exciting changes: We are pleased to announce that Jeffrey B. Smith is a newGo to Article

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