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Bankruptcy Basics

Bankruptcy … it’s the “four-letter word” that nobody wants to hear.  There are two types of bankruptcies that most individuals file.  A Chapter 7 bankruptcy (also known as a “liquidation” bankruptcy) will, upon completion, discharge the owner’s debt as of the date of filing.  A Chap Read More...
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Understanding Your Association's Governing Documents

Each association has its own set of documents which governs the relationship between owners and the association. This brief video will help you define and understand the role of these governing documents in your association.     Read More...
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The Who, What, When and How of the Architectural Review Process

  Whether ARC submissions are reviewed by the board, ARC committee or manager, this class will provide you with tools to use when receiving, reviewing and responding to ARC submissions.  In this session, we will discuss how to set up architectural criteria for reviewing applications and creating Read More...
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Collections in a Nutshell - Part 1

There’s no escaping it!  Delinquencies are everywhere!  As delinquencies seem to increase, associations are becoming more and more frustrated with the state of their collections accounts.  It is precisely for this reason that boards should become familiar with the collections process and what Read More...
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Board Member Boundaries and Obligations - Part 1

Board Member Boundaries and Obligations - Part 1 As a board member, you have a slew of duties and obligations to carry out.  Some of these duties and obligations are contained in the governing documents of the association; some are contained in statute.  Regardless of where these duties and obliga Read More...
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Board Member Boundaries and Obligations - Part 2

As a board member, you have a slew of duties and obligations to carry out. Some of these duties and obligations are contained in the governing documents of the association; some are contained in statute. Regardless of where these duties and obligations originate, they must be followed and observed t Read More...
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When is Self-Help a Good Option?

When should an association consider "self-help"? What are the legal ramifications? What should an association do if they are considering self-help? Read More...
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Maintenance and Insurance Charts - What You Need to Know

What is a maintenance & insurance chart? Why would an association benefit from one? How are they created? Read More...

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