In our prior blog we discussed the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (“Act”), which protected renters of foreclosed properties from immediate eviction. Although the original Act was terminated on December 31, 2014, it was resurrected earlier this year under a larger deregulation bill, and ultimately signed into law by President Trump on May 24, 2018, permanentlyGo to Article

In prior blog posts  we discussed House Bill 18-1342, which proposed that all pre-Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) communities, i.e. communities formed prior to July 1, 1992, comply with the budget veto process found in Section 303(4)(a) of CCIOA. Section 303(4)(a) was, previously, only applicable to post-CCIOA communities. HB 18-1342 has been signed intoGo to Article

Day two of the CAI Annual Conference and Exposition kicked off with BBC correspondent Katty Kay. Speaking on worldwide issues, Ms. Kay spoke on the state of the world including (1) the rise of China as a superpower, (2) the need to, as consumers, be better at recognizing fake news, and (3) civility with the nation.Go to Article

I’m here at the CAI Annual Conference and Exposition, watching Scott Canady of Tambala Strategy and Ron Perl from Hill Wallack, LLP discuss FHA condominium approvals. Legislation both at the state as well as federal level continues to impact community associations. Federally, CAI continues to work on developments with a number of different topics including: 1.Go to Article

On January 19, 2018, House Bill 18-1126 was introduced and assigned to the Local Government Committee. HB 18-1126 proposes to prohibit association regulations banning dogs due solely to breed, weight, or size classifications.  If passed, associations would no longer be able to adopt blanket restrictions prohibiting specific dog breeds, i.e. pit bulls, dogs larger than aGo to Article