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Community Association Law

No other Utah law firm compares with our commitment to, and knowledge of, community association law. We were instrumental in starting the Utah Chapter of the Community Associations Institute, we consistently attend the College of Community Association Lawyers' annual conferences, and Lincoln Hobbs was the first Utah member of the College of Community Association Lawyers. More recently, Lincoln has been selected by his peers in CCAL as a Governor of the College.

Lincoln was the founder, initial President and initial Executive Director of the Utah Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. He is the Past-President of the Foundation for Community Association Research, a national, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to common interest community research, development, and scholarship. In addition to continually gaining knowledge in the field, we are leaders in training board members, management professionals and other lawyers in community association law and management.

Lincoln Hobbs is a member of the CAI national faculty, and teaches several courses annually, throughout the United States, on The Essentials of Community Association Management, Communications in Community Associations, Community Governance, and Risk Management. He has repeatedly presented to the Utah State Bar on Community Association Law, and regularly presents courses to the Utah Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. Lincoln also regularly presents, occassionally with Julie Ladle and Karin S. Hobbs, for Lorman Educational Seminars, the National Business Institute and Half Moon Seminars.

And, we develop and present periodic seminars at the Utahcondolaw learning center. Information respecting Utahcondolaw cases can be found at www.utahcondolaw.com.

Community Association Law

Our community association practice encompasses all areas of community association law. For further information on our subspecialties, check the links below:

2011 Condominium and Community Association Law Changes

Collection of Assessments and Fines

Construction Defect Litigation

Governing Document Preparation and Amendments


Litigation Alternatives

Risk Management and Insurance