As we start 2018 with a fresh and clean slate, now is the time to pull out our list of New Year’s resolutions and decide what we want to tackle first. Perhaps one of those resolutions was to minimize your association’s liability exposure, and more specifically, to minimize the liability exposure when it comes toGo to Resource

Ballots, Proxies, and Mail Voting

Annual homeowner meeting season for many associations is right around the corner. As the time for those meetings approaches, questions commonly arise regarding the use of ballots, proxies, and voting by mail. Such questions are understandable given the somewhat technical nature of the laws governing the use of ballots and proxies in Colorado. This articleGo to Resource
Many common interest community declarations contain provisions prohibiting “nuisances”, and homeowners and directors alike use these provisions as a “catch-all” category when it comes to annoying people and situations in their communities. But what exactly is a nuisance and how do you know if one exists? For example, it is not uncommon to receive complaintsGo to Resource

Drafting and Enforcing Parking Restrictions

Despite the going green initiatives and increased use of public transit, ownership and use of automobiles remains a necessity for most. Our need for automobiles translates to parking problems in many communities with limited parking availability. To help alleviate their parking problems, many of these communities have adopted parking restrictions and regulations. Despite the existenceGo to Resource