• Legislative Update
     June 6, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This session is an annual update that reviews significant occurrences in 2024 and the preceding 12 months, impacting the HOA world.   In this session, we will review case law in Colorado and around the country, impacting associations.  Additionally, we will review legislation presented in the 2024 Colorado legislative session targeting or effecting HOA’s.   Plan on …  Go to Event


  •  June 13, 2024
     5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

This class is being hosted by the City of Greeley, not Altitude Community Law. In 2023 the legislature enacted new laws addressing, among other things, towing, xeriscaping, and protecting owners’ rights to plant gardens.  Is your community in compliance with these new laws and do you have the requisite policies?  If your answer is “no” …  Go to Event


  • Amending Your Governing Documents — Best Practices
     July 11, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

As Colorado laws continue to change, there comes a time when associations must examine their governing documents and make certain revisions or completely rewrite them.  If you have ever gone through a governing document amendment process, you can attest this is not a quick or easy task, and presents board with many challenges.  It’s time …  Go to Event


  • Though Shall Not . . . A Refresher on all the Items Associations Cannot Prohibit
     July 17, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

It seems that every year we get new legislation prohibiting associations from banning certain owner-installed improvements, making it very difficult to keep track of all the protected improvements.  This means it’s time for a refresher!  There may be some items you forgot about or didn’t realize were beyond an association’s capability to control or prohibit, …  Go to Event


  • Statutory Default Provisions — When Documents are Silent, what is the Answer?
     August 1, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Do you know that both CCIOA and the Nonprofit Act have default provisions that kick in when an association’s governing documents are silent?   These provisions can and should be utilized by associations whenever possible.  But what are these provisions and what do they pertain to?   Join us for this informative presentation highlighting some of the …  Go to Event


  • Owner to Owner Disputes: When Does an Association Have to get Involved?
     August 7, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

How many times have you received calls, emails, or texts from owners complaining about their neighbors and demanded the association do something about it?  Unfortunately, owners often try using associations to address all their problems, whether actually related to an association function or not.  But how do you know when the complaints require the association …  Go to Event


  • CCIOA v. Nonprofit Act
     August 20, 2024
     8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join us for this four-hour interactive and fun approach to looking into CCIOA and the Nonprofit Act to see how they interact and play off one another.  We will also be looking at the difference between pre and post-CCIOA communities as to how each is bound by CCIOA.  Sure—nobody wants to sit in a four-hour …  Go to Event


  • Insurance — Policy Exclusions and Endorsements
     September 5, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

When it comes to insurance training, the primary focus is typically coverage, deductibles, and claims submissions.  However, the purpose of this class it to focus on the various exclusions contained in association policies, many of which will come as a surprise.  In addition to looking at exclusions, we will also examine the feasibility of purchasing …  Go to Event


  • What Requires a Homeowner Vote?
     September 11, 2024
     12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Attorneys most often advise associations to check their governing documents when it comes owner approval requirements.  But did you know there are laws requiring owner approval of certain actions regardless of what the governing documents provide?   This presentation will review actions association requiring owner approval so you do not accidentally make a board decision that …  Go to Event


  •  September 12, 2024
     5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

This class is being hosted by the City of Greeley, not Altitude Community Law. Colorado law imposes quite a few requirements on membership and board meetings.  For example, meeting notices must contain certain information, be delivered in a certain manner, and within a specific time frame.  Additionally, certain decisions cannot be made during certain meetings …  Go to Event

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