Are there public streets running through your community?  If so, does your association currently have rules or covenants governing parking or other activities on such streets?  Moving forward, such rules and/or covenants may not be enforced by associations as a result of added language to the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”). HB 22-1139 addsGo to Resource

NEW SERVICE ANIMAL DESIGNATION

  A service animal, as opposed to an assistance animal, requires training and certification; until now, there have only been two types of animals that qualified as service animals:  dogs and miniature horses/ponies.   But as of April 1, 2022, another animal has been determined to qualify as a service animal: The Moose! “Although big andGo to Resource
Advances in technology have resulted in increased quality and simplistic installation for camera systems at reduced pricing.  As a result, camera systems continue to gain popularity, and the use of cameras in homeowner associations is becoming ever more common.  However, the installation and use of these systems also have the potential to create liability.  ThisGo to Resource
Let’s face it, being a board member is no easy task, especially if there is discord among directors on the board.   When there is distrust among directors, communication becomes funnelled, selective, and exclusionary.  But is this type of communication really in the best interests of the community?  And even more so, is it legal?  Oftentimes,Go to Resource
In a world of COVID-19, virtual meetings, and tensions still running high in many associations, members are more eager than ever to participate in the democratic process of the association. With the increased desire of members to participate, and in conjunction with virtual meetings, comes the inevitable questions of how do proxies work, when areGo to Resource
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