One instance in which Colorado law favors transparency in homeowner associations is in the form of open Board meetings.  Specifically, Section 308 of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) provides that meetings of an association’s Board of Directors are generally open to attendance by all homeowners. The spirit of the law is to allowGo to Resource
It was a busy year for the Colorado Legislature.  Community associations were the subject of much debate and multiple bills.  Two of the most important bills for community associations included House Bill 21-1310 and House Bill 21-1229.  These new laws amend various provisions within the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) and concern the regulationGo to Resource
Pursuant to the Colorado Titles and Interest Statute associations cannot prohibit or otherwise place unreasonable restrictions on the installation of solar panels on owners’ properties.  Keep in mind that solar panels are not protected on general or limited common elements, so if you serve on a board of directors of a condominium community, this prohibitionGo to Resource
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