August 25, 2019

Colorado Supreme Court: Foundational Documents Insufficient to Create Homeowners Association for Common Land

The Colorado Supreme Court issued its opinion in McMullin v. Hauer on Monday, June 18, 2018.

Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act—Common Interest Communities—Homeowners’ Associations.

The supreme court reviewed the court of appeals’ opinion affirming the trial court’s order finding that the recorded instruments in this case were sufficient to create both a common interest community by implication and an unincorporated homeowners’ association. The court held that the recorded instruments were insufficient under the Colorado Community Interest Ownership Act to create a common interest community by implication. Accordingly, the court reversed the court of appeals’ judgment and remanded the case for further proceedings consistent with this opinion.

Summary provided courtesy of Colorado Lawyer.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Speak Your Mind