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HOAs Should Keep an Eye on the Legislative Calendar

Posted by Garrett Wait | Feb 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Board members and property managers interested in keeping tabs on legislation which may affect their Association should put February 21 on their calendars. That is the last day bills may be introduced for this legislative year, and could be a busy day for bills which may impact homeowners associations within the state. So far this year, the state legislature has introduced bills that could affect squatters in foreclosed properties and bills dealing with possible minimum wage and tax adjustments which may impact homeowners associations in the future. Expect that list to grow as the February 21 deadline approaches, and make certain to contact your representative if you have any concerns. It will be important for homeowners, board members, and property managers to stay involved in the legislative process if they want HOAs to remain as independent as possible.

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Garrett Wait

Senior Associate Practice Areas: Community Association Counsel Civil Litigation Garrett Wait is a Senior Associate with Kriger Law Firm where he provides both general counsel and litigation services to community associations. Early in his career, Garrett spent five years at Kriger Law Firm, gui...

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