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Education Program - 1.5 hours

Why There's No "Common" in Common Interest Communities

When: Thursday, April 26, 2018
11:30 AM
Where: Doubletree Bloomington
7800 Normandale Boulevard
Bloomington, Minnesota 
United States
Contact: Tim Broms

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Why There's No "Common" in Common Interest Communities

Sometimes we just need to go back to the basics. The Articles, Sections, Sub-Sections, Chapters, etc can be dizzying when navigating Governing Documents and State Statutes. This education seminar will bring Community Managers and Homeowner Leaders back to the nuts and bolts of identifying the various types of Community Associations; the hierarchy, functions, interactions and key terms of the Governing Documents; and a summary of key state statutes such as the Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act (515B and known as "MCIOA") and the Non Profit Corporate Act (317A). In particular, this session will explore MCIOA and the often-times confusing "limited applicability" for Associations developed prior to June 1, 1994.

The session will be led by respected and well-known industry legal expert, Nancy T. Polomis, Attorney at Law and Partner of Hellmuth & Johnson PLLC. Polomis has been practicing law since graduating from William Mitchell College of Law in 1992, spending the past 18 years with Hellmuth & Johnson focusing on various areas of real estate law, but primarily in the areas of Community Associations.

This "101" session should be beneficial for all Community Association industry stakeholders. Homeowner Leaders should find it enlightening. Inexperienced Community Managers will find it educational. And even the most experienced of managers will appreciate the reinforcement.