One Wrong Move . . . and is Your HOA Broke?

Wednesday 10/19/2016

Location

The Doubletree By Hilton
6300 Morrison Boulevard
Charlotte, NC

Contact

NC Chapter Community Associations Insitute

Horack Talley community association lawyer Chris Gelwicks discusses how ADA and FHA rules apply to every community and every board member needs to understand them. 

Learn how community associations may be liable under the Act for the discriminatory actions of residents who harass or create a hostile environment for other residents. Both FHA and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) rules apply to every community- and every board member needs to understand them. Board members in both self-managed and externally managed communities are ultimately responsible for compliance- financial consequences could follow if you make a mistake.

To learn more about this event, please follow the NC CAI link here.

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