28th Annual Utah Condominium & Homeowners Association Seminar
Wednesday, November 3rd, 10th, & 17th
7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. (3 one-hour Zoom sessions)
SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF THE SEMINAR
The Utah Condominium & Homeowners Association Seminar is excited to announce its 28th year of HOA management training! Included among the diverse range of topics to be covered this year will be the recently enacted statutes passed by the 2021 Utah Legislature, duties of management committee and board members, amendments to governing documents, the latest court decisions affecting associations, insurance requirements, and the best methods for collecting HOA fees and maximizing cash flow (see below for additional topics). While we typically hold an annual 3-hour in-person seminar, we are unable to do so this year due to Covid-19. Instead, we will be holding the seminar virtually on three consecutive Wednesday evenings.
Date and Time
This year's seminar will be held on three successive Wednesday evenings, November 3rd, 10th, and 17th, 2021, online only via Zoom. Each seminar will begin at 7:00 p.m. and end at 8:00 p.m. There will be time for questions and answers during the seminar. Insurance issues will be discussed on November 10th and HOA financial matters discussed on November 17th.
Because this will be a virtual (Zoom only) seminar, the seminar will be free for each member of a community association. You must register at least 1 day in advance of each session (by November 2nd, Nov. 9th and 16th) to be assured you will receive a Zoom invite. To register, (1) send an email to email@example.com from the email address you would like to receive the Zoom invite, and include any email addresses for additional members of the management committee who would like to receive an invite, or (2) call our office at 801-479-4777.
If you have questions please call 801-479-4777 in advance and ask to speak with Candace or Cindi or leave a message. You may also email questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taylor R. Jones, Attorney
- Practice Emphasis: Homeowner Association, Landlord Tenant and Real Estate Law. Taylor began working in the field of HOA law in 2008 and has been a practicing attorney since 2013.
Mike McCauley, CPA, McCauley & Associates, P.C.
- Auditor of multiple homeowner associations and master associations
- Provides accounting/consulting services for condominium associations and their boards
- Member of the UACPA and AICPA
- Associate Member of the Certified Fraud Examiners Association
Justin Metcalfe, Hirschi Insurance Agency
- American Family Insurance Office – Kaysville, Utah
- Commercial Division - Focus on condominium, HOAs and large apartment complexes
- Largest commercial writer in the states of Utah and Idaho for American Family
Who Should Attend?
The 28th Annual Utah Condominium and Homeowner Association Seminar presents an opportunity for new members of HOA boards to receive a kick start on many of the issues commonly confronted by HOA board members. For board members and property managers with more experience in HOA related issues, this will be a refresher course as presenters will discuss and train on those topics with which Utah HOAs are required to comply.
The Seminar is designed to assist members of HOA boards and property managers to more easily fulfill the duties and responsibilities associated with community association management and living. The Seminar will also update participants on changes in Utah laws, proposed legislation, and recent court cases. Any person involved in homeowner associations will greatly benefit from attendance at this Seminar.
Topics to be Covered at the Seminar:
- Board issues (voting, quorums, legal notices and conflicts).
- Solar Panel Restrictions.
- State HOA insurance laws (policies, claims & cancellations).
- Utah HOA laws and recent cases.
- Amending governing documents.
- Collecting delinquent HOA fees.
- Fair Housing requirements and liability.
- Changes in how courts interpret an Association’s governing documents.
- Risks associated with serving on an HOA Board.
- The legal duties of those who serve on an HOA Board.
- Association records and finances.
- Pets and Parking control.
- Eliminating noise and nuisance problems.
- Audience question and answer session.
- And much more!