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Please post link to HB 2158

I have searched the internet high and low and can find NO copy or PDF of HB 2158 that is NOT marred with strike-outs and blue text! Will you please add to the site or insert a link in your reply?

6 Responses

  1. Dennis Legere

    Cynthia.
    Any and all bills even bills signed and approved by the governor are exactly as approved with all additions in Blue caps and all removed language in red strikeout. If you want to read the final law you have to go to the updated statutes on the legislative web site and read the specific provisions as amended. All 2022 bills have been incorporated in the revised statutes available on the legislative web site. After the effective date of any new legislation the legislative counsel incorporates all the passed bills into the statutes as specified in the bill without all the mark-ups. You can read any bill by the approved version by simply reading all non-stricken language.

    Dennis

    1. Cynthia Black

      HB 2158, Sect. 33-1808, line M.

      I think that’s the Bill section announcing a meeting I’m planning to post for owner, on announcement areas, to inform owners of an upcoming meeting to discuss candidates.

      I don’t think I have the format correct though. Would you mind editing to the proper format or otherwise providing an example of how to do so?

      Thank you :>

      1. Dennis Legere

        Cynthia,

        There is no proper format for a notice that a meeting will be held. This is very simple.”You are all invited to join a meeting of all interested homeowner to discuss xyz on day and date at time in meeting room X. ”
        Dennis

        1. Cynthia Black

          Oh… I don’t have to note the statute granting me the right to post it? I’m nearly positive it will be removed by a board member who is probably not aware of the new rights– because currently NO owner-generated notices, for any reason, are allowed to be posted anywhere. So wouldn’t at least noting the statute alert anyone uninformed that he or she should check that statute before removing it?

          1. Dennis Legere

            Cynthia
            Anyone that pulls down your notice would be violating the law irrespective of the fact that he knew what the law stated. You can post the relevant statute (33-1261 for a condo, or 33-1808 for a planned community) if you like but anyone inclined to pull down the notice will not be hindered by whatever you write on the notice. The law is clear the association must allow you the opportunity to post notice to informal meeting of the members on any association bulletin board. Any action by anyone could result in the association being sued for violating the law. That is the only true deterrent.
            Dennis

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