Is it my imagination or are people getting less patient, more critical, more demanding, and less understanding?  It seems over the last few years boards have been criticized and admonished more, while being appreciated and understood less.  No wonder it’s becoming more and more difficult to fill board vacancies.  After all, why would someone volunteerGo to Resource

Regulating Commercial Vehicles

More often than not, governing documents contain restrictions on commercial vehicles, but the term “commercial vehicle” means something different to different people.  Although it is clear that some vehicles are undeniably “commercial” in nature, many vehicles fall somewhere in the gray area.   So how do owners know whether their vehicles will be considered “commercial” andGo to Resource
An association’s maintenance and insurance obligations are typically set forth in the association’s covenants.  However, in many instances, simply reading the maintenance and insurance provisions of the declaration will not give boards or managers clear answers.   Often times, provisions of the declaration must be cross referenced and read in conjunction, and statutes consulted, before anGo to Resource
Short answer: Yes, an association can regulate solar panels and satellite dishes. However, an association cannot ban them in certain areas as solar panels are protected by Colorado law and satellite dishes are protected by federal law. And, the scope of the association’s regulation authority depends on whether the home is a single family homeGo to Resource
The Colorado Court of Appeals recently issued a decision confirming that a board of directors that reasonably interprets a validly adopted rule or regulation of the association is protected from liability.  The crux of the decision is this: If claims alleging rule violations by a board of directors or nonprofit corporation do not involve allegationsGo to Resource
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