Federal COVID-19 Laws Impacting Community Associations

Federal COVID-19 Laws Impacting Community Associations

When President Trump signed the March 13, proclamation declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak, a number of federal actions impacting community associations were enforced. Federal regulatory agencies mandated moratoriums on mortgage foreclosures and evictions and instituted loan forbearance programs. Congress passed stimulus legislation impacting small businesses, employees, and individuals.

Mid-Year Federal Policy Update

Mid-Year Federal Policy Update

CAI’s Federal Legislative Action Committee (LAC) is the advocate for CAI member interests in Congress and with the Trump administration. While a divided government has slowed progress on significant legislation, the Federal LAC has been very active on key issues for...
CAI Calls on HUD to Clarify Emotional Support Animals

CAI Calls on HUD to Clarify Emotional Support Animals

Assistance animals are not pets. Federal, state, and local fair housing laws require that community associations accommodate residents who have a disability-related need for an assistance animal, including emotional support animals. Fraudulently claiming a pet as an assistance animal demeans fair housing rights, violates the rights of other community residents, and can lead to legal troubles.

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