Drama-free HOA Meetings: Tips & Tricks

Tuesday 5/23/2017


Embassy Suites
4800 South Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

What the Statutes DON'T Say About Meetings Rogue Behavior, Drama Queens & Unexpected Guests.

Every meeting can go off-track - Annual, Special and Board level – if you're not prepared for zingers like:

  • What if someone brings their personal attorney?
  • What if the media show up?
  • Are tenants allowed?

Horack Talley lawyers Bill Hamel, Mike Hunter and Cynthia Jones will lead a discussion directed to property managers and community association board members.

The North Carolina Chapter of the Community Association Institute is the sponsor of this lunch and learn. For more information about NC-CAI, please follow this link.

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