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As of yesterday, June 4, Colorado Governor Jared Polis has provided guidelines for how community pools may reopen. While pools are permitted to open, to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of Coloradans, there are still COVID19 safety measures which do not permit pools to be used at full capacity: Pool capacity must be limited […]

IS THE ASSOCIATION REQUIRED TO REFUND ASSESSMENTS BECAUSE OF CLOSED FACILITIES?

Although all Colorado pools are required to remain closed through May 26, 2020, the CDC has now provided guidance for re-opening pools and hot tubs.   We know that there are many questions about whether, how and when associations should re-open pools and hot tubs.  According to the CDC, COVID-19 is not transmitted through the water, […]

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Effective May 6, 2020, anyone 3 years of age and older is required to wear a face covering in certain public settings within the City and County of Denver.  Denver is not unique and is among a growing list of local county and municipal governments mandating use of face masks when engaging in various public […]

IS THE ASSOCIATION REQUIRED TO REFUND ASSESSMENTS BECAUSE OF CLOSED FACILITIES?

Many associations have temporarily closed common facilities such as clubhouses, laundry rooms, fitness rooms, and hot tubs in response to Covid-19 and social distancing guidelines.  Many are wondering whether or how pools will be able to open later this month.  As the weather gets nicer and quarantine fatigue sets in, we are seeing more demands […]

HOA Litigation Under COVID 19

Colorado and most of the country are on stay at home orders of some kind.  Colorado state and federal courthouses have vacated in-person civil hearings, trials and other matters, subject to rescheduling.  With court closings, litigants have been forced to quickly adapt to virtual litigation activities that are customarily done in person.  This can include […]

Is the End here?

Not the end of the virus (though that cannot come soon enough), but the end of a condominium or planned community?  A community can end (be terminated) following the process in the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act and/or in the declaration.  A super majority of the owners decide.  If the community is no longer desired […]

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