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.

Below, check out the most recent news and in-depth insight by our Altitude Team:

Most everybody knows by now that Colorado associations are required to adopt nine good governance policies pursuant to CCIOA (Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act). However, do you know that in addition to the required policies there is a slew of not-required, but highly recommended policies for associations? Below is a list of the top sevenGo to Resource
It is that time of year when many associations are holding budget meetings and annual homeowner meetings. It is important that the integrity of the voting at those meetings be maintained, especially if there will be a vote on a special assessment or some other matter that may be contentious or controversial. If there isGo to Resource
This article is intended to explain what it means when a common interest community is referred to as a “Limited Expense Community” under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”). Colorado Revised Statute C.R.S. 38-33.3-116 grants an exception for Limited Expense Communities, specifically, a Limited Expense Community is exempt from all the statutory requirements inGo to Resource
Insurance is an essential part of any community association’s risk management program.  But purchasing a good policy is only the first step in the process.  Proper claims handling must occur for the association to receive the benefits of insurance.  Colorado’s Front Range experiences some of the highest hail storm frequency and severity in the country.Go to Resource
Is your association receiving notice whenever a public trustee foreclosure is initiated?  If not, it could be because your association has not updated or recorded a document specifying where notices of foreclosures must be sent. When a public trustee foreclosure is initiated, “interested parties” are notified.  An interested party is “Each person, except the publicGo to Resource