57-8a-105.1. Information required before sale to independent third party
(1) Before the sale of any lot under the jurisdiction of an association to an independent third party, the grantor shall provide to the independent third party:
(a) a copy of the association's recorded governing documents; and
(b) a link or other access point to the department's educational materials described in Subsection 57-8a-105(6).
(2) The grantor shall provide the information described in Subsection (1) before closing.
(3) The association shall, upon request by the grantor, provide to the grantor the information described in Subsection (1).
(4) This section applies to each association, regardless of when the association is formed.
Enacted 2020, ch. 75, eff. May 12, 2020.
FN 1. Note that an association is required to provide the governing documents to an owner free of charge on the association's website, or, if the association does not have an active website, it must make physical copies of the documents available to owners during regular business hours at the association’s address registered with the Utah Department of Commerce’s HOA Registry. See Index, records.
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