Case Law

Drones, Drones, Everywhere – What Does Your Association Need to Know?

According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), in 2018, there were over one million registered consumer drones in the United States.  If you are like me, you may not have known that if you have an unmanned aircraft system (UAS or drone), you are now […]

Changes on the Horizon for Community Association Foreclosures?

A recent Washington D.C. appellate court’s decision, while not binding in Colorado, could make waves in the community association industry, especially if judges in other jurisdictions, including our own, take notice.  The case is Andrea Liu v. US Bank.  In 2014, Liu purchased a condominium […]

Cover Your Bases: Do you have email addresses for owners in your communities? You may want to use them when collecting!

A North Carolina Court of Appeals court recently held that a homeowner, Ms. Ackah, that lost her home to a foreclosure by her association, did not have notice of said proceeding.  The lower court had also found that the notice was not sufficient and had […]