At Altitude Community Law, it’s important that we keep our clients up to date with the most recent information in the community association industry. As part of our educational strategies, our newsletters and blogs will give you deeper insight into the intricacies of community association law. We believe that the right attitude stems from being well versed in the knowledge necessary for community association operations, governance, and enforcement.

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Did you know that Colorado law provides associations, directors, and officers with certain rights and protections that may only be utilized if appropriate verbiage is contained in the governing documents?   Below are four examples of such rights and protections that must be contained in an association’s governing documents for an association, its directors, and/or officersGo 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
In 1886, we were introduced to the first gasoline automobile powered by an internal combustion engine.[i]  Today, we fast forward to more and more vehicles powered partially or totally on electricity. In 2018, the world saw a 64% increase in the use of electric vehicles (“EVs”), rising from 3.4 million to 5.6 million[ii].  Today nearlyGo to Resource
Has your community ever encountered a situation where two, or more, owners ask to switch their assigned parking spaces, carports, or garages?  If that’s the case, the first step is to check your declaration to determine if a process is provided for accomplishing these tasks.   Oftentimes, declarations are silent on this issue, and boards areGo to Resource
Foreclosure is generally a last resort to collect delinquent balances, and boards understandably have many questions about the process.  The purpose of this article is to explain and answer questions about why foreclosures take a long time to complete. To understand why foreclosures take so long to complete, you first need to know the basicGo to Resource
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