CAI advocates, at a minimum, for states to adopt the 2014 revised version of the Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act (UCIOA). Priority lien statues serve to effectively preserve property values and balance the interests of homeowners in community associations and lenders, and are the reasonable solution to abandoned property, community blight, and zombie foreclosures.
CAI provides resources to groups so they can defend community association rights in the
Our Communities, Our Priority campaign.
Currently, the 21 states shaded in blue, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico have assessment priority lien statutes.