Today’s column is the fifth and final installment of our annual series reviewing new laws affecting community associations, condominiums, cooperatives, and (Florida Condo, HOA and Co-op Law Review Continues http://t.co/fA5iWwl040)...
HOA Homefront: Animals always a hot topic in Common Interest Developments Victorville Daily Press Our HOA will not impose stricter fines (currently $100) for dog owners whose dogs leave waste and damage the property.
Seven years have passed since Southwest Florida's housing downturn pushed the region into recession, bringing about the eviction of tens of thousands of area residents through foreclosure. (These hurt HOAs, too!
After six years, HOA enforces landscaping rule Las Vegas Review-Journal It was only a matter of time. Recently, we received a renewal notice for one of our homeowners associations that is insured by Travelers.
Mountain Village promotes green living The Daily Planet The SMPA Community Solar Array, located in Paradox Valley, offers homeowners and renters the chance to use solar energy by purchasing panels on a 50-year plan.
Homeowners' associations win round in fight with banks The News-Press I think associations will probably challenge the banks more." Robert Samouce, an attorney with Samouce and Gal in Naples and president of the Community Association Institute...
Recently, Illinois became the final state to adopt conceal carry laws to authorize gun owners to obtain a permit to carry their firearm on their person. This new legislation has again sparked the debate relating to gun control in relation to community associations and the extent to which associations may adopt rules to restrict guns within the community....
The universe of homeowner associations seems to be a "thousand points of light" all separated by an impenetrable void. Each operates in its own little world inventing and reinventing solutions to problems as they come crashing in.
Hawaii condominium owners got some help from the Legislature this year in monitoring how condo association boards manage their property and finances -- a sometimes delicate issue that can divide nei (New law clarifies information available to isle...
Hailstorms hitting Front Range in waves The Denver Post "It has been continuous, storm after storm after storm," said Carole Walker, executive director of the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association.
Even if there isn't a clear restriction against the activity in your covenants, often the Board has authority to adopt rules and regulations, in general, anyway. But if it doesn't, is the Board enforcing "phantom rules"? Make sure to have your counsel review your rules and regulations, and your authority to enforce them.
In March of 2014 the Colorado Court of Appeals overturned a Jefferson County District Court decision made against one of HindmanSanchez’ clients. In the ruling the Court of Appeals agreed with the arguments put forth by Brianna Schaefer, Damien Bielli and Loura Sanchez. HindmanSanchez felt that the District Court ruling was absolutely incorrect and that such a ruling would have devastating results for community associations in Colorado so it worked on behalf of the association for over 18 months to confirm the association’s right to foreclose.
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