ID Legislative Action

Idaho is a great place to live.   More and more Idahoans are choosing to live in homeowner associations and condominium associations. Idaho’s law needs to recognize this and to facilitate […]

Amending Governing Documents- Utah

A common question of HOA directors and managers is “How often should the Association be amending its governing documents?” A common answer provided by HOA lawyers is “It depends.” This […]

Association Liability

Without a doubt, the most common question I am asked as an attorney by my homeowners’ association clients is “What can we do to protect ourselves from getting sued?” My […]

Where is the Civility?

Recently I dealt with an issue in a condominium association where the tenant of a unit owner was out of control. The boorish and, in some cases, criminal behavior of […]

Responding to HOA Records Requests- AZ

HOAs and community managers receive requests for records and information almost daily.  In this day where an HOA’s management team has limited resources, especially time, records and information requests need […]

Avoiding Law Suits in Arizona

No human interaction is without conflict. As soon as my kids were born, they started demanding things. Now, while we are no experts on raising children, my wife and I […]

Tips For Having a Better Annual Meeting – Oregon

Oregon law requires that incorporated homeowners associations hold at least one membership meeting per year—what is commonly called the annual meeting.  ORS 64.201 (1). While associations may hold multiple owner […]