Court Approved Declaration Amendments

A part of CCIOA, applicable to all common interest communities (as common interest communities defined in CCIOA) created allows Colorado District Courts a special, restricted ability to amend Declarations by court order. The statute is 38-33.3-217(7). The statute allowing this unique procedure, SB99-221, became law May 19, 1999.      Read the article……….


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