As Merlin attorney Jonathan Bukowski previously discussed, the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) sets forth specific minimum insurance requirements for common interest communities, such as condominiums and homeowners associations (HOAs). These requirements are designed to ensure that common elements and, in some cases, individual units are adequately insured. Continue Reading Colorado’s FAIR Plan Expands Safety Net for At-Risk Properties 

One of the most frequent questions posed to us surrounds the requirements surrounding notice of membership and board meetings. While the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act does not require notice of board meetings to membership, Section 38-33.3-308(1) does outline certain requirements with respect to notice of annual or special membership meetings of the unit owners. Therefore, it is important to understand the specific requirements of the Act with regards to notice of these meetings.Continue Reading Colorado’s Notice Requirements for Meetings of the Board and Membership

We often receive questions from concerned Colorado association members regarding the law surrounding closed-door executive meetings held by their board or committee. In 1992, Colorado enacted Colorado Revised Statute § 38–33.3, also known as the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, to strengthen homeowner associations and common interest communities. The Act attempts to establish a comprehensive and uniform framework for the creation and operation of common interest communities.Continue Reading Colorado: When May An Association Hold Closed-Door Executive Meetings