Arizona HOA Manager Law Blog

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New HOA Short-Term Rental Laws in Arizona

Short-term rentals are a great and necessary resource for renters, but they have a negative reputation for attracting people without ties to the community. HB 2672 provides new short-term rental laws in Arizona, which aim to reduce any negative impact from short-term...

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2017 Arizona Legislative Update

This session started off "on fire!"  Things have died down quite a bit but there are a few pending bills. Here are a two remaining bills that could change the way we do things in HOAs: HB 2411:  OPEN MEETINGS.  Boards will no longer be able to decide anything outside...

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Be Careful Whom You Exclude: Game-Changing New Case!

The Arizona Court of Appeals just made a big change when it comes to the Board excluding other Board Members from executive sessions, even when that board member is rogue! On October 13, 2016, the Court held that the Board could not exclude a duly-elected Board Member...

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Avoiding Unnecessary Taxes

Homeowners associations paying separate taxes on each common area parcel need to STOP! In March of 2000 the Arizona Department of Revenue issued a publication addressing A.R.S. §§ 42-13401 through 13404. In summary, these statutes, and subsequent amendments, allow...

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Help – my HOA was dissolved!

QUESTION: Our board received a notice from the Arizona Corporation Commission that says our community association was dissolved because they did not receive our annual report filing. Is there something we can do? We need help! ANSWER: Getting any letter from the...

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