Monthly Archives: July 2018

BOARD MEMBER REMOVAL

Does your Association board and/or owners know the process under Arizona law for removal of a board member/director at large from office?  In Arizona, the Arizona Condominium Act, ARS Section 33-1243(H), and the Arizona Planned Communities Act, ARS Section 33-1813(A), … Continue reading

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Be a Better Leader for your Association!

What makes one community association successful while another struggles? After 20 years of experience working with community associations, I have come to the conclusion that one of the reasons is leadership. This article will define leadership, talk about the importance … Continue reading

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Hiring Unlicensed Contractors Costs More Money in the End. Period!

  Have you ever heard the phrase “penny wise but pound foolish”? Over the years, I have seen some expensive mistakes made by association boards. One common mistake is trying to save a little money by hiring an unlicensed contractor. … Continue reading

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What is “reasonable”?

The terms “reasonable” and “unreasonable” are frequently used in the Community Association legal industry. Both the Arizona Planned Communities Act and Arizona Condominium Act use the terms “reasonable” and “unreasonable” throughout various sections of the legislation. For instance, ARS 33-1242 … Continue reading

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