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John Morris Testifies in a Senate Committee Against SB 64

February 14, 2013

John Morris appeared with other members of the Utah Community Association Institute Legislative Action Committee (CAI LAC) at the capitol on Thursday, February 14, 2013. SB 64 was introduced in a committee hearing. The CAI LAC opposes this bill and John Morris, along with two other members of the CAI LAC, testified against the bill. SB 64's purpose is to unnecessarily punish associations that have not yet complied with reserve requirements already existing in Utah law. Even more problematic, this bill would punish associations by creating a legal trap that could be used to invalidate special assessments for much needed repair projects or delay repair projects. SB 64 would also define "special assessment" in the statute differently than in existing governing documents, leading to confusion and legal expense for associations as they try to figure out what this definition means for them. This bill is a nightmare for associations, managers, developers, and builders. On behalf of the community association industry, John Morris is working tirelessly to prevent this bill from becoming law or to see it modified to eliminate all of its problems.

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