CCIOA – Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act

38-33.3-102. Legislative declaration.(1) The general assembly hereby finds, determines, and declares as follows: (a) That it is in the best interests of the state and its citizens to establish a clear, comprehensive, and uniform framework for the creation and operation of common interest communities; (b) That the continuation of the economic prosperity of Colorado isGo 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

So You Want to See His Proxy?

Contrary to the title, this article is not about proxies, but a broader topic of when and under what conditions members are entitled to inspect certain records of their community associations. For communities subject to the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”), a list of documents that must be maintained as association records can beGo to Resource

Understanding Unit Boundaries

By: Kelly McQueeney Why is it important to know unit boundaries? It impacts, and can determine, both owners’ and the associations’ rights and obligations. For example, maintenance issues commonly arise where it becomes essential to know whether a certain component, like a pipe, balcony, or drain, is considered part of the “unit” in order toGo to Resource
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