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HOA Lawsuits: Owners challenge powers of HOA boards (Part 1)

A review of three recent HOA lawsuits in Colorado, Illinois, and Maryland.
Property owners accuse their HOA boards with abuse of power: the power for foreclose without providing proper notice; the power to negotiate the sale of a condo building without involvement of unit owners; and the power to approve a landscape contract benefitting only some of the unit owners.

New Colorado law restricts HOA foreclosures and fines

A step in the right direction for protection of Homeowners’ property rights Updated Jun 14, 2022 9:07 PM EDT Last week, after months of contentious

35 condo, homeowner associations sue Florida management company, alleging embezzlement and fraud

The Naples law firm of Hamilton Mikes is suing on behalf of 34 community associations in South Florida. The lawsuit names American Property Management Services

Opinion: Here’s why state lawmakers should consider revoking HOA powers to fine, and strictly limit foreclosure of HOA liens  

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communitiesdeborahgoonan@gmail.com What’s in House Bill 22-1137? Here are some key provisions of Colorado HB22-1137, as available at the Legislature’s website

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