Tyler Lamarr

Tyler Lamarr

Tyler is a partner at Miller Harrison. His specialty is litigation and transactional work for Condominiums, Homeowners Associations, and Planned Unit Real Estate Developments. Tyler also has experience in general litigation, and in small business transactions.
Tyler has taught continuing legal education courses to the Utah State Bar Construction Law Section, the Seminar Group, and through the Utah Home Builders Association.
Tyler Lamarr

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Vacation Rentals in Your HOA

Vacation Rentals in Your HOA

Tyler Lamarr Vacation rentals are a lucrative business. From 2015 to 2016, Airbnb doubled revenue, with an estimated $12.3 billion in reservations. HomeAway (VRBO) has also had huge growth with an estimated $14-$16 billion in vacation rental bookings in 2015. With this tremendous growth, it's clear that short-term rentals are not going away anytime soon. Read More...
Solar & HOAs — Who Has The Power?

Solar & HOAs — Who Has The Power?

Tyler Lamarr Homeowners are increasingly recognizing both the financial and environmental benefits of installing solar panels on their homes and the solar industry is booming. You may be considering the benefits yourself; but, if you live in or serve on the board of a homeowners association, beware of some important pitfalls before you go solar. Failing to carefully think through the complexities of solar panels in HOAs can lead to costly and contentious conflicts. HOAs and their members should consider several important factors before installing or allowing others to install solar panels. Read More...
Is Construction Defect Litigation All It’s Cracked Up to Be?

Is Construction Defect Litigation All It’s Cracked Up to Be?

Tyler Lamarr When an HOA board discovers construction defects in the common property it’s faced with some very difficult decisions. In Utah, like many states, an HOA’s ability to bring a claim for faulty constructions is relatively new. The fact is, there are no guarantees that you will win the case, and even if you win, the proceeds may not cover all of the costs. It is critical that the HOA select lawyers who are knowledgeable about construction defect laws and the nuances of HOA law. Read More...

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