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 new shareholder.Go to Article
Category: Colorado Community Association Law
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!
With all of the action surrounding the HOA Information Office Sunset Bill, the introduction of HB 20-1333 occurred without much fanfare. HB 20-1333, sponsored by Rep. Titone (D) takes HOA transparency issues, either imaginary or real, directly in its sights. The bill attempts to make homeowners associations more transparent by requiring all associations to doGo to Article
Late on Friday, Governor Polis vetoed HB 19-1212, effectively killing the manager licensure program. After a hard fought battle in the legislature, we reported that HB 19-1212 had passed out of the Legislative Chambers with the goal of continuing the manager licensure program for one year, while creating a stakeholders committee to make recommendations forGo to Article
For those associations that have successfully obtained judgments against delinquent owners, one of the best tools out there to collect on the judgment is the garnishment. Associations can garnish bank accounts, wages, and in some cases, other assets to get paid. House Bill 1189 (HB-1189) is a wage garnishment reform bill that seeks to lowerGo to Article