CAM Continuing Education Reminder

Written by: on Tuesday, March, 1st, 2016

As you’ve all heard many times by now, CAMs must complete 8 credit hours of continuing education every year in order to renew their CAM licenses for the following year.  However, as reported in our November 13, 2015 blog, if you are currently a licensed CAM, your 8 hour continuing education requirement has already been [Read More...]

HB16-1133 Killed In Committee

Written by: on Monday, February, 22nd, 2016

As we could only hope HB16-1133 (the community association manager regulation bill) was killed in committee today.  The House committee on Veterans and Military Affairs, in a rare bi-partisan vote unanimously voted to kill the bill.  As we detailed earlier, as drafted, this bill would have severely impacted community association manager’s ability to do their [Read More...]

Colorado Takes on Emotional Support Animals

Written by: on Thursday, February, 18th, 2016

In a very bold move, the Colorado Legislature is attempting to take on abuses of the FHA’s emotional support animal requirements.  Recently Representative Willett introduced HB 16-1201, which would require medical professionals recommending an emotional support animal for a patient to make certain findings prior to granting permission for an emotional support animal.  The findings [Read More...]

Giving of Love

Written by: on Tuesday, February, 16th, 2016

Valentine’s Day recently reminded me how important it is to give to those you love and to show you care.  At HindmanSanchez we love the community association industry and our clients.  That is why, in 2015, we gave over 1200 hours towards education for managers, board members and even other attorneys in this industry. Thank [Read More...]

Third HOA Repeat Bill Introduced

Written by: on Wednesday, February, 10th, 2016

As we anticipated at the end of the 2015 legislative session, several bills were primed to be reintroduced this year relating to Homeowners Associations.  Last week, Representatives Ryden, Lontine, Pettersen, Primavera, and Williams introduced HB 16-1217 which is very similar to HB 15-1376, introduced last year.  HB 16-1217 requires the implementation of several recommendations contained [Read More...]