Get answers to your questions about the requirements or applicability of the law, or your CC&Rs, bylaws or rules.
The Utah HOA and condominium law blog covering all the relevant laws that apply to Utah HOAs and condominiums. Brought to you by Curtis G. Kimble.
Have you ever been in a meeting and needed to know what the law says regarding proxies? Or needed a quick refresher on the procedure for adopting rules in a community association, or the requirements for a reserve analysis, or the new insurance requirements?
The Utah HOA Laws mobile app is a free app that provides board members and managers quick reference to the laws and regulations that apply to their HOA. It's also available from any computer (no download needed) at: UtahHOALaws.com
Now the laws are available right in your pocket, no Internet connection required. The statutes are formatted and indented for easy reading, plus search and bookmark functions make it a powerful tool. Certain federal regulations applicable to HOAs are also included in the app, together with summaries and explanations of those requirements.
Or, available from any computer or device on the Web at: UtahHOALaws.com
"If you have a condo in Utah you should be referring to this frequently."
App User Review on 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. Click here to view the Primer.
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 . . . Click here to read.
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. Click here to read.
To “know thyself” as an association, you must know and understand what type of development you live in and what laws and documents govern and bind your development, your association, and the owners within it. Click here to read.
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. Click here to read.
Published on habitatmag.com. Committees are an invaluable tool in condominium associations and cooperative housing corporations, where it can be hard to get enough volunteers sufficiently capable of dedicating the time, attention and skills required to serve on the board. Click here to read.
A couple of years ago, Jim bought a home within a homeowner association and promptly replaced the windows. Because Jim didn’t read the governing documents of the association, he was not aware that he needed prior approval . . . Click here to read.