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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.

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HOA Statutes in Arizona Are Important & Change Frequently

What Statutes Apply to HOAs? There are three main categories of Arizona HOA statutes that govern homeowner associations (HOAs) and condominiums. They are as follows: The Condominium Act. See ARS 33-1201 through ARS 33-1270. The Planned Communities Act. See ARS 33-1801...

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Breach of Contract Issues and HOA Law in Arizona

The state of Arizona has a six-year statute of limitations for taking legal action in a breach of contract case. The law also allows insurance companies in the state to shorten the statute of limitations in which a policyholder can file a breach of contract lawsuit in...

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Bankruptcy and Its Impact on HOAs

There are few things more devastating than experiencing bankruptcy. When a person enters bankruptcy proceedings, there are countless things that they may not have considered that will ultimately impact their financial future. One thing that many people may not have...

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Eligibility for Debt Foreclosure

As HOA attorneys in Arizona, we frequently receive questions from HOA boards about how to handle delinquent accounts and whether foreclosure is an option. If you have had questions along these lines, we aim to answer them in this article. Under Arizona law, an account...

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