Like an HOA lawyer in your pocket, for board members and managers. The laws that apply to your HOA always at your fingertips, with explanations and other helpful tools. Have you ever just wanted a simple explanation of how your HOA can comply with the law?
CounselOurHOA.com has an index of topics with key concepts explained. For example, the annual obligations of an HOA are explained in the index topic “annual obligations of an HOA.” How to properly take a vote without a meeting is explained in the topic “action (voting) without a meeting.” The equivalent of hours of general attorney advice.*
All HOAs should have board resolutions in place that contain the procedures required by law for certain issues, including open board meetings, reserve studies and reserve funds, records retention and examination, fining procedure and so forth. Get the 6 resolutions every HOA should have, as well as 4 other key templates, all updated as the laws change yearly so your HOA can always be in compliance, as part of your “Prudent-Legal” subscription at CounselOurHOA.com. Brought to you in partnership with Kimble Law.
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Utah HOA Laws app for your mobile device
For quick reference to the laws and regulations that apply to Utah condominiums and homeowner associations, download the UtahHOALaws app from the App Store or Google Play.
A concise introduction to the fundamental issues that board members face on a regular basis written by HOA specialist attorney Curtis G. Kimble.
I am routinely asked if I will review amended governing documents (CC&Rs, bylaws, etc.) which the board, their manager or another person has drafted in order to save money over having an HOA attorney draft them. While this method can sometimes save some money . . .
Many communities were established 20 to 40 years ago with governing documents that worked well for the developer, but may or may not work well for the HOA.
Condominium projects are bound by the Utah Condominium Ownership Act, which is . . .
Both the Utah Condominium Ownership Act and the Utah Community Association Act require board meetings to be open to each . . .
A homeowners association is entirely funded by the assessments of its members. A member’s delinquency directly affects the other members. Knowing and applying remedies early on and consistently will minimize the unfairness and inconvenience of delinquencies.
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