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Concealed Carry Permits and the Community Association – Is there cause for concern?

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 associati Read More...
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Reference Material Available for "Marijuana: The Landlord and Association's Nightmare"

As the move to legalize marijuana grows wide spread, including the move to permit recreational uses, the tension between private property rights, including apartment owners and members of common interest communities is being tested. We will look at the difference between regulation of use and cultiv Read More...
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Don’t Worry About Floods—Flood Insurance is About to Get Cheaper!

With all the crazy weather, storms, and flooding around the Country, it’s no wonder homeowners have become a little nervous about flood damage and being able to obtain flood insurance.  However, President Obama has recently signed into law the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act (HR 3370) Read More...
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HOA INFORMATION OFFICER CONTINUES OUTREACH

I took the opportunity to attend the regularly scheduled HOA Information Resource Officers education session on Wednesday. I was impressed with the amount of information being distributed by the HOA Office. The HOA Office provides a vast amount of information through their web site, as well as thro Read More...
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Client Success

“When a Denver condominium community sued for unpaid assessments, it was met with a counterclaim by the owner for damage to her unit as a result of a fire.   Things got more complicated because the association’s governing documents and insurance coverage were not consistent.  As a result of H Read More...
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Small Association Avoids Large Judgment and Large Legal Bill

A 19 lot association was sued by a disgruntled homeowner for breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract and injunctive relief and THERE WAS NO INSURANCE coverage for the association.  A week before a preliminary injunction hearing we were hired by the association and were able to avoid a prelimin Read More...
Topics: Management
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Damien Bielli Appointed to CAI’s Amicus Curiae Committee

We are excited to announce that Damien Bielli has been appointed to serve on CAI’s Amicus Curiae Committee.  CAI’s Amicus Curiae Program is an active program that is a vehicle for CAI to educate a court about important legal issues in cases related directly to the community association industry Read More...
Topics: Management
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Manager of the Year

Being an association manager is not always filled with lots of recognition for the hours put in to make communities successful.  There is a lot of negativity about the industry and the profession.  Read our full blog post. Read More...
Topics: Management
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Don’t Miss the October 1 Deadline – Or Maybe Do

If your association has employees you should be aware of the October 1 deadline for notices under the Affordable Care Act.  Under the Affordable Care Act all covered employers must provide notice of insurance coverage options to their employees by October 1, 2013.  Read our full blog post. Read More...
Topics: Management
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Status Report Application is Down

  We are currently experiencing some issues with our online status report application.  If you need a status report immediately, please email hoalaw@hindmansanchez.com and we will email it directly to you.  Thank you and sorry for the inconvenience. Read More...
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