Kate was recently featured in Common Interests Vol. 38 No. 1, a bimonthly publication of CAI’s Rocky Mountain Chapter, in an article titled “Judicial Foreclosure – a 10,000 foot overview,” published on CAI-RMC’s website: www.cai-rmc.org/Magazine.
2019 Manager Handbook
Is your association receiving notice whenever a public trustee foreclosure is initiated? If not, it could be because your association has not updated or recorded a document specifying where notices of foreclosures must be sent. When a public trustee foreclosure is initiated, “interested parties” are notified. An interested party is “Each person, except the publicGo to Resource
Inevitably owners get behind on their assessments. Not just three, four, or even five months, but ten, eleven, or twelve months delinquent. Despite the association’s best efforts to get the owner to pay, there is no money coming in. Then what? Generally, an association has several ways to collect unpaid assessments: lien the property andGo to Resource
In March of 2014 the Colorado Court of Appeals overturned a Jefferson County District Court decision made against one of Altitude Community Law’ clients. In the ruling the Court of Appeals agreed with the arguments put forth by Brianna Schaefer, Damien Bielli and Loura Sanchez. Altitude Community Law felt that the District Court ruling wasGo to Resource