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Test Your Knowledge: How Well Do You Know CCIOA and Nonprofit Act
Think you know CCIOA and the Nonprofit Act? Come to this fun and interactive session and find out! this class will test, and hopefully improve, your knowledge of these statutes by presenting you with trivia aimed at testing and increasing your knowledge with respect to various CCIOA and Nonprofit Act provisions, requirements, and prohibitions. For example, do you know the difference between CCIOA's and the Nonprofit Act's default provisions when it comes to quorum? Do you know what types of meetings require physical posting of a notice? What happens if an association's declaration is silent about surplus funds? Come to this class to learn and refresh your memory on CCIOA and the Nonprofit Act provisions. Register Here.
Ghostly Ghosts, Puking Pumpkins and Hellish Holiday Lights - Are You Ready For The Enforcement Nightmare?
Halloween is afoot and so are all the decorations that come with the holidays. Although most communities tolerate decorations in moderation, what do you do when the Grizwold's move into your community and light up their entire house and yard with lights, puking pumpkins, screaming goblins, magical reindeer and a flashing Santa that are so bright, the neighbors have to keep their blinds closed to keep their sanity? You don't want to be a Grinch or be accused of discriminating, so how can an association enforce its convenants in a lawful, nondiscriminatory, and non-Grinchy fashion to avoid these types of claims? This session will also focus on drafting enforceable rules when it comes to holiday, and other exterior decor. Register Here.
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