Arizona HOA Manager Law Blog
Keep up on our latest thoughts and perspectives on developments in HOA Law and effective legal strategies for HOAs with our Arizona HOA manager law blog.
How To Collect On Enforcement Violations
Knowing how to collect on enforcement violations is crucial. But even more important is understanding the importance behind enforcing your HOA’s policies. Knowing this, or better yet - knowing how to communicate this to a disgruntled community member who is in...
Statutes Can Trump Association Documents
When the statute says “Notwithstanding” it means the statute trumps the association’s documents. When the statute says “Subject to” it means the association’s documents trump the statute.
A Statute’s Limitation
The statute’s limitation on maximum assessment increases ONLY applies to planned communities and NOT condominiums. That statute says the maximum assessments in PLANNED COMMUNITIES can be raised more than 20% without a vote of the members.
Committees and Weed
In a recent email, I asked hundreds of professional community association managers to submit questions they have on which they need guidance. Here are two of those questions regarding committees and marijuana.
How To Collect Delinquent HOA Dues
Whenever a member of your homeowners association (HOA) falls behind on their association dues, board members have a fiduciary duty to look out for the association’s collective interests. How To Collect Delinquent HOA Dues How To Collect Delinquent HOA Dues In this...
As a Board, May Your HOA Deny Backyard Farms in Your City?
If you’re driving down certain suburban roads in Phoenix, Mesa and Chandler, you may come across a house or two with horses roaming through a homeowner’s fenced-in front yard. As Phoenix and the surrounding area continues to grow, how do city and HOA regulations...