About five years ago, I drafted an article influenced by a particularly hostile meeting requested for the purpose of recalling an existing board.  This existing board was comprised of a group of new owners in the community that we’re concerned about how the “old guard” had been conducting business.  The supporters of the “old guard”Go to Resource
Freedom of speech is the right to state one’s opinions or ideas without suffering punishment or censorship from the government.  It is important to remember that associations are not the government; therefore, while many homeowners wish to express their opinions, political or otherwise, through signs, flags, and banners, associations have the absolute right (with aGo to Resource
Almost every year this firm publishes an April Fools’ article to get folks laughing and take their minds off the daily grind.  Last year, due to the morose state of the world, we did not feel it was appropriate to publish such an article; this year, although things are much better, we are still strugglingGo to Resource
As Spring quickly approaches, many homeowners will begin making upgrades and repairs to their homes and landscaping. Oftentimes these homeowners forget that prior to commencing work on their property they need to get approval from their HOA. With so many violations about to occur, what is the process that an association must follow to addressGo to Resource
In addition to state law such as the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) and the Colorado Revised Nonprofit Corporation Act (CRNCA), homeowner associations in Colorado are primarily governed by the association’s Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Declaration of Covenants, Plat Map, Design Guidelines, and Rules and Regulations. These documents are collectively commonly referred to asGo to Resource
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