Last week, we posted a blog about the Top 3 Best Collection Remedies You Should Have In Your Governing Documents. Unfortunately, there are often some limitations in many association’s governing documents that should be removed for more effective collections. Here are our top 3: Low caps on late fees: The purpose of late fees isGo to Article
In the most recent CAI-RMC Common Interest Magazine, Altitude Community Law’s Maris Davies had an article published covering if your home is located in both a sub-association and a master association community. What does this mean and how will it impact you? Check out the article HERE!
Acceleration: In case you missed our earlier newsletter article, acceleration can be a very useful tool early in the year. If allowed by your governing documents, accelerating allows you to call due now all the assessments due for the rest of the year. This is only an option if your governing documents allow for it,Go to Article
The First Regular Session of Colorado’s 73rd General Assembly gaveled back into session this week with a flurry of new bills. With Democrats in control of both chambers and the governor’s office, they have planned a very aggressive agenda to cure all of the state’s problems. In the House alone over 118 different bills wereGo to Article
Given the sub-zero temperatures over this past weekend, we are getting many questions regarding who is responsible for water damage caused by the bursting of frozen pipes. To assist you, we are re-publishing our Altitude Community Education Newsletter of December 2018, entitled “Frozen Pipes and Finger Pointing.” This article will give you a step-by-step analysisGo to Article