CEOMC Defeated Unnecessary Regulation and Increased Costs

Jul 1, 2016 | Advocacy

In 2016, CEOMC led efforts to defeat anti-homeowner, anti-Association legislation (House Bill’s 1357, 1405) that would have:

  • Removed historic legal rights for Associations and CAM’s to collect unpaid assessments, forcing homeowners to subsidize delinquent debtors. And
  • Required Associations and their CAM’s to create – and maintain – unnecessary, and often expensive websites containing confidential information of homeowners. This information would have been vulnerable to identity theft and exposed Associations and their CAM’s to costly legal liability and litigation.

View CS/CS/HB 1357 (2017) – Community Associations