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Old 01-16-2008, 03:11 PM
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Last question....do we have to pretend that it is our primary address, or can we say it's a secondary residence?
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Can't fault the existence of the covenants - they were in place when we bought our house, so we agreed to abide by them, and they do serve a purpose.

I must commend you on your willingness and understanding to work with the HOA in place. We had a neighbor who moved in and proceeded to sue the HOA a week after moving in. He had not done anything wrong yet but was planning on it. Needless to say he moved out 6 months later with a huge legal bill.

I we did not live on a Col de Sac I would offer our street. I am sure you will be able to get them licensed in your other county.
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Last question....do we have to pretend that it is our primary address, or can we say it's a secondary residence?
Hmmm...don't know

Say technically you did have a cabin up there and technically you did leave one or both vehicles up there for use, then that would seem to fit the second residence idea...My best suggestion would be to call or stop by the Douglas Cty DMV and ask. Unlike a lot of government agencies I've found the Douglas Cty DMV to be fairly helpful over the years
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hoa's suck. that said, they shouldn't even ask if it's secondary residence or not. it shouldn't matter.
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sweet - I'll let you know Friday what happens....
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hoa's suck. that said, they shouldn't even ask if it's secondary residence or not. it shouldn't matter.
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Unlike a lot of government agencies I've found the Douglas Cty DMV to be fairly helpful over the years
Fully agree with this statment, I was and continue to be pleasently surprised my the dmv down here on the south side compaired to my dealings up north
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Max, I've done exactly what you're planning to do, and had no problems, but we a PO box in Fairplay. Technically, you're supposed to register the vehicle in the county where it spends most of it's time, but no one checks. We even had Park send one of our car registrations to our Jeffco address, with no issues.

We've since sold the place we had up there (except for the adjacent acre - anyone want an acre of ground next to a national forest? :-)), so we're re-registering down here as they come due. The emissions nonsense is a pain, but so was picking up the registrations that we had sent up there.

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If you are going to put collectors plates on, they are good for 5 years and then you never have to emissions it again as long as you pay when they are due....


Sooo....that means you can register at the cabin, put the collectors on, and then change to your current address and no emissions ever again
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If you are going to put collectors plates on, they are good for 5 years and then you never have to emissions it again as long as you pay when they are due....


Sooo....that means you can register at the cabin, put the collectors on, and then change to your current address and no emissions ever again
hhhhhmmmmmm, can i register at your cabin
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I can't believe how easy it was...got a po box in Bailey, then in and out of the Bailey DMV in about 10 minutes - the whole trip there and back almost took less time than going to the local DougCo DMV...
Thanks for everybody's input.
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