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  • February 6, 2020
    12:00 pm - 1:45 pm

It is not unusual for a Board to ask about prohibiting smoking, hoarding, or other activities inside units believed to be “bad”.  How do you respond to these requests?  Most of the time the answer depends on the governing documents, but did you know there are other factors to take into account?  For example, it is important to be aware if cases exist (whether in Colorado or elsewhere) allowing such regulation.  Additionally, you may have a higher declaration amendment requirement if you seeking to regulate certain uses.  This class will examine some of the most common attempts at regulating what residents do inside their units and discuss whether such attempts are feasible, and if so, what would be required.

This class is approved for 2 hours of CMCA Credit.

This class is designed for community association managers, if you are not currently a manager please contact our office (contact information below) to see the availability for this class. 

Please sign in by 12:10 in order to receive CMCA credit!


This class is being held at 555 Zang Street, Lakewood, Colorado 80228.  Please park in the main entrance parking lot located on the north-west side of the building (not facing the street).  Enter the main entrance lobby (not facing the street) and take the elevators down to the first floor. We will be waiting for you when you exit the elevator.

Questions? Please call 303.432.9999 or email [email protected].


555 Zang Street, Lakewood, Colorado, 80228, United States

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