Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporation Act

ARTICLE 121 PART 1 SHORT TITLE AND RESERVATION OF POWER 7-121-101. Short title. Articles 121 to 137 of this title shall be known and may be cited as the “Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporation Act”. 7-121-102. Reservation of power to amend or repeal. The general assembly has the power to amend or repeal all or partGo to Resource

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

CAN I HAVE YOUR PHONE NUMBER?

Common interest communities are responsible for maintaining voluminous records—some of which may not be made available to homeowners.  The Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) addresses inspection and copying of association records by homeowners and provides guidelines as to which records must be made available to owners, which records may be made available to owners,Go to Resource

OTARD SAYS WHAT?

By:  Elina B. Gilbert, Esq. OTARD?  What’s an “OTARD”??  Sounds like a fighting word—but actually it isn’t.  OTARD stands for Over-the-Air-Reception Devices rule adopted by the FCC in 1996.  The overall intent of OTARD is to protect Americans’ rights to receive information from over the air reception devices.   OTARD essentially prohibits restrictions that impair theGo to Resource