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Orten Cavanagh Holmes & Hunt, LLC

Orten Cavanagh Holmes & Hunt has provided value-oriented legal services to community associations throughout Colorado, for over 15 years. Our full-service community association law firm tailors representation to the unique needs of each community.

Our team is dedicated to a preventive legal approach, counseling communities and associations to address concerns in a solution-based manner that minimizes discord. We encourage associations to proactively manage their communities and to ensure actions are appropriate prior to implementation.

Our mission is to achieve solutions for Colorado HOAs that protect the investments of owners and foster neighborhoods and relationships within the communities.

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What’s Accepted? Displaying Political Support in a Covenant Controlled Community

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UPCOMING VOTE SEEKS TO ALLOW FOR REZONING FOR ADUS IN DENVER NEIGHBORHOOD

As you may have gathered from our recent education class and article post, local ordinances pertaining to Accessory Dwelling Units (“ADUs”) are quickly and broadly changing in Colorado. Specifically, the City and County of Denver Land Use, Transportation, and Infrastructure Committee will likely be voting on permitting ADUs in certain...
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2020 HOA Legislation

HOA Information Office – Continued by the Legislature The State’s HOA Information Office and its HOA Officer were continued for 5 more years.  The State office was due to end (or “sunset”), but was renewed by HB 20-1200 (“Bill”).  The Bill also establishes a state law standard on limited religious...
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GOVERNOR POLIS SIGNS SENATE BILL 20-211

In late June, SB 20-211 was approved, limiting creditors, including owner associations, from taking extraordinary actions to recover assessment delinquencies.  Specifically, associations are prohibited from garnishing wages, levying bank accounts or otherwise executing on a court judgment.  The Act is intended to provide some relief to individuals who have been...
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4 Ways to Hold a Meeting While Social Distancing

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