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Utah Reserve Studies
1106 E. South Union Avenue, Suite 1
Midvale, UT 84047
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Condominium management committees must cause a reserve analysis to be conducted no less frequently than every six years and review and, if necessary, update a previously conducted reserve analysis no less frequently than every three years.
The management committee may conduct a reserve analysis itself or may engage a reliable person or organization, as determined by the management committee, to conduct the reserve analysis.
An association of unit owners shall annually present the reserve study and provide an opportunity for unit owners to discuss reserves and to vote on whether to fund a reserve fund and, if so, how to fund it and in what amount. Section 57‐8‐7.5 and 57‐8a‐211. There is no statutory requirement to fund reserves.