2016 AZ Legislative Update: March 14, 2016

Dear Cyber-Followers:

It has been a quiet two weeks for community association bills at the Arizona Legislature (trust me, this is a good thing!).

There have been no community association bills passed by both the House and the Senate and signed by the Governor yet.  We are closely watching the six following bills for a full vote (SB1496, Homeowners’ Associations, Director Removal;  SB1497, Homeowners’ Association, Board Conflicts;  SB1498, Homeowners Association;  Fees, Hearings, Elections;  HB2106, Homeowners’ Association Enforcement Grace Period;  HB2172, Design; Architectural Committees;  Review; and HB2382, Amendment to Declaration).  This week we formally removed from our firm’s bill tracking sheet 6 bills that don’t appear to be going anywhere this legislative session (SB1088, SB1140, SB1499, HB2166, HB2490 and HB2513).

Click here for our summary and link to the summary:

http://mulcahylawfirm.com/news/3.14.16.pdf

We will continue to update you weekly with any developments on any community association bills.

Stay tuned!

Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C.

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