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2023 Legislative Update
The Arizona Legislature began the 2023 session on January 9, 2023 and is considering numerous bills. While the legislature is in session, our firm periodically prepares a [...]
Hot Topic Alert: Flags in Arizona HOAs and Condos
Flying flags in Arizona HOA and condo associations is a hot topic in Arizona this week! Between the pending flag bills currently in the Arizona Legislature and a recent n [...]
Help! We’re Having Difficulty Finding Vendors and the Board Wants to Hire an Unlicensed Painting Contractor
I recently received a question at a seminar I was teaching regarding the hiring of vendors. An association was having difficulty finding a licensed and bonded painter to [...]
When to Use a Code of Conduct for Board Members
Our firm recently received the following question at a free virtual class we were teaching… “We have a candidate running for our Board who previously served on the Board. [...]