HOA Records:  Yes, you can toss some of those boxes!

Condominium and homeowners associations are corporations, and as such, effective recordkeeping is paramount.  All too often, however, association boards fail to establish sufficient recordkeeping policies, resulting in records that are unduly voluminous, inaccessible, lost or

Homeowners Associations and Budgeting for Attorney’s Fees

We have all seen the TV commercials: “What’s in your wallet?” A similar question is, “What’s in your budget (for attorney’s fees, that is.)”   Several years ago, a property manager told me that all

HR Act 1074 – Proxy changes for homeowners associations

House Enrolled Act 1074 brings proxy changes and eases administration for homeowners associations.   On April 12, 2017, the Governor signed the House Enrolled Act 1074 into law.  This new law makes changes to the

Gun control issues in Community Associations

EMP attorney Kim Sutter addresses gun control in community associations at national CAI Law Seminar   Eads Murray & Pugh attorney Kim Sutter was one of approximately 80 speakers at the 38th Annual Community Association

Yard signs during election season

It’s almost election time again. The November Presidential election may result in more and more homeowners attempting to post political signs to express their opinions on which candidate should be elected into office. As a

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