COURT OF APPEALS AFFIRMS JUDGMENT IN FAVOR OF HOA CLIENTS
- October 23, 2016
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In October 2016, the Colorado Court of Appeals affirmed the entry of summary judgment against all claims of the Plaintiff by an Adams County District Court Judge. Miles Buckingham and Chris Brown of Nemirow Perez P.C. represented the prevailing defendant/appellees in the case.
In the unpublished opinion, the Court of Appeals found that the claims against a community association, that association’s management company, and the individual manager for the association, were appropriately defeated by an order of summary judgment. The Plaintiff, the panel of three appellate judges found, was unable to make the requisite showing that his claims were based in fact after Buckingham’s clients showed in their motion for summary judgment that there were no material facts in dispute which would allow the Plaintiff’s claims to proceed or prevail. The attorneys of Nemirow Perez P.C. are available to help you and your Colorado or Tennessee community association, community managers in the contentious, and sometimes complicated disputes which arise out of homeowners association laws.