Under the HOA law in Colorado, “Copies of Governing Documents and Other Relevant Documents. Owners and residents have the right to receive all documents especially those that address rules and regulations governing the HOA. These documents should be provided prior to purchase and closing, or upon the owners joining the community or a resident renting in the community, or at any time while a member of the HOA.”
Owners also shall have Access to Records. This means that Owners have the right to relevant and appropriate HOA books and records.
Finally, Owners are allowed Fair Treatment. According to a trusted source, “Owners and residents have the right to fair treatment by the HOA, community leaders and managers regarding financial and other HOA obligations. Owners and residents have the right to be treated honestly and with respect by the HOA, HOA leaders and management. Issues will arise, but should not be personalized. Fair treatment includes the opportunity to discuss payment plans and options with the HOA before foreclosure is initiated.”
so the answer to your question is yes, you should be able to collect those documents under Colorado law. You may want to consider just writing a formal demand letter. There’s a site that I’ve used in the past where you can find a good template for a demand letter (click here). It only costs $10 and it is way cheaper than litigation
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