As you likely have heard, new legislation is in effect as of September 7, 2021 affecting common interest communities. If your association has not drafted polices addressing the new legislation, you should contact your legal …Continue reading
THE 2020 LEGISLATIVE SESSION – FOCUS ON 2018 COMPLIANCE FIRST!
Here we are again in a new year and the legislative session is in full swing. Besides a few Bills introduced that may marginally impact common interest communities, I have noticed that several Associations have …Continue reading
Manager Licensure Bill Vetoed by Governor Polis
House Bill 19-1212, proposing to extend manager licensing, was vetoed by Governor Polis late on May 31, 2019. This means that manager licensure will no longer be required as of June 30, 2019. The Bill …Continue reading
CAM Licensing Bill Finally Introduced!
Yesterday, House Bill 19-1212 was introduced and seeks to reinstate community association manager licensing. The Bill, as currently written, seeks to extend manager licensing until September 1, 2024, creates an advisory committee to DORA that …Continue reading
House Bill 19-1189: Wage Garnishment Reform = Bad News for Associations
So far, the 2019 legislative session has been fairly uneventful with regards to proposed legislation affecting common interest communities. However, last week the House introduced HB 19-1189 that, if passed, will significantly impact an association’s …Continue reading
2019 Legislative Updates
The 2019 legislative session is now in full swing. So what Bills have been introduced that impact common interest communities? House Bill 19-1050 seeks to invalidate restrictions contained in governing documents that limit or prevent …Continue reading
Have you Adopted the required Policy Relating to Personal Identifying Information?
As of September 1, 2018, common interest communities and management companies are now required to maintain a written policy to comply with the new consumer data privacy law. Details surrounding the law can be found …Continue reading
House Bill 18-1128: The Consumer Data Privacy Law: Are you in Compliance?
House Bill 18-1128, effective on September 1, 2018, requires certain businesses to come into compliance with consumer data privacy protections. Does this law apply to associations and management companies? If so, how do you achieve …Continue reading
Due Process Rights Exist for Homeowners
If you are like myself and take pride in the community association industry, it is hard not to get annoyed when you see false information being spread about various association issues. It seems that a …Continue reading
Colorado Legislative Updates
If you have been regularly following this blog, you have seen certain legislative bills affecting community associations die. So what legislation has passed? House Bill 1342 has passed and will be effective on July 1, …Continue reading