Colorado HB 16-1217: another administrative, mostly unenforceable HOA Bill

We have received several emails that have asked why we haven’t been excited about HB 16-1217 (see below). The presentation of this Bill is that it will change things for home owners; it will implement the significant components of the State HOA Study 2013; and it will improve upon home owner’s rights and an ability to resolve HOA disputes out of court. Unfortunately, none of this is fact and HB 16-1217 is more “feel good” legislation than impacting.   Read the article…………


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