Statute’s Plain Language Prevails

Written by: on Friday, August, 28th, 2015

Yesterday, this firm posted a blog under my name regarding the recent decision of the Colorado Court of Appeals in Centennial Ranch and Aspen Mountain Ranch Association v. Fuller et al., 14CA1326.  Unfortunately, the blog we posted was not the one I wrote, but rather was written by Ms. Lindsey Smith.  I apologize to her [Read More...]

Security Breaches and Insurance

Written by: on Monday, August, 24th, 2015

Data or security breaches are becoming more and more common in our technology laden world. These security breaches occur from hackers, employees, vendors, competitors and other third parties and can be intentional or accidental. 

Are You Considering Conducting a Vote by Mail?

Written by: on Friday, August, 7th, 2015

Associations routinely conduct votes by mail, rather than at a meeting, for several reasons.  It could be that more homeowners tend to respond to mail queries than voting at a meeting. Or maybe too many homeowners live offsite and wouldn’t be able to show up at the meeting anyway. Or perhaps the association has already [Read More...]

Manager Licensing Permanent Rules Approved

Written by: on Wednesday, July, 22nd, 2015

Today DORA, Division of Real Estate, held a permanent rule making hearing to review Rules A-F .   After hearing comments from only two individuals, the rules were adopted as presented.

Department of Justice Releases FAQs on Service Animals

Written by: on Tuesday, July, 21st, 2015

Earlier this month, the Department of Justice released an 8 page guide to Frequently Asked Questions about Service Animals and the ADA.  The guide was drafted to respond to the continuing questions received by the Department of Justice about how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to service animals. While generally speaking, the ADA [Read More...]