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Oregon Condo and Homeowner Associations: There’s not much written about CC&Rs, homeowner boards, etc. in Oregon, but there are a few sources of information, namely, the Community Associations Institute (CAI), CAI Oregon Chapter, and a few other sites, here and here, here, and an assortment of books (check at your local public and law libraries). With all the new condos arriving in Oregon these past few years, it won’t be long before someone writes the Condo Law in Oregon book – at least we hope it won’t be long, but we’ll still need these other sources.

And a recent OSB CLE has an excellent section on establishing and operating homeowners’ associations, in “What you need to know: basic skills for real estate and land use practice,” a CLE program held October 27, 2006, in Portland.

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  1. Hello, Laura. You have once again inspired me to do some work (darn you!). See my posting condo law resources, which gathers a slew of links to relevant materials.

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