Community associations frequently incur significant and complicated insurance claims.  The Colorado Front Range is notorious for intense hailstorms and the resulting roof loss claims.  The process to document and submit a claim to the insurer to receive all appropriate insurance proceeds is known as “claim adjustment”.  Claim adjustment can be time-consuming and complicated.  Many associationsGo to Resource
In its most basic form, “Selective Enforcement” is when an association’s board chooses, at its discretion, to enforce a particular rule or obligation against one owner or group of owners but not to enforce that same rule or obligation against other owners. Selective Enforcement isn’t always ill-intended; in fact, in many ways, the board believesGo 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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