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Legislative Updates

New legislation anticipated in 2020

Mulcahy Law Firm’s 2019 Legislative Update

Full Seminar – 2017 Legislative Update & Amending Association…

2017 Legislative Update


COVID-19

Neighborhood Services Virtual HOA Academy – We are Better Together! Class #2

Virtual HOA Academy – Tips for Running Virtual Board Meetings and Q & A Pertaining to Associations & COVID-19

Q&A with Beth Mulcahy, Esq. regarding reopening of HOA/Condo common areas

COVID-19: Tips for Re-Opening Common Area, Monitoring Finances & Collections of Assessments

Suggestions for HOAs and Condos to plan ahead for possible financial difficulties resulting from COVID-19.

Tips for legally conducting “virtual” board, annual, & special meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic

Adopting Emergency Rules during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Can we tell owners that they can’t have guests or vendors come to their property?

Do most association insurance policies have an exclusion for pandemics?

Conducting Meetings Going Forward – How do we run business with the new reality of COVID-19?

COVID-19 Pandemic: HOAs/Condos conducting business and planning ahead during this time

Communication with Owners & Past Due Amounts

Resident with Covid-19 | What should our association do?

What does Governor Ducey’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” Order mean for business operations at our HOA/condo? What are essential services that can be provided by others to our association during the “Stay at Home” Order?

Beth Mulcahy, Esq.’s – Live Stream on COVID-19’s impact on HOAs/Condos

What is your opinion regarding community inspections for violations during the COVID-19 pandemic? Should we stop any violation letters or fines to our owners?

Does an association have a responsibility to check in on elderly residents?

What should HOAs/Condos do if owners stop paying assessments because they are concerned about the economy?

Can we use email for Emergency Board decisions during the Corona-virus pandemic?

Should we allow vendors on association property during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Does an HOA/Condo have liability if the association doesn’t follow CDC guidelines for cleaning common areas and someone sues as a result of death or severe illness?

Can we host a board meeting via teleconference or video conferencing?

Should we have Board Meetings and Annual Meetings but just “Social Distance”?

Can the Board close down the Association’s common areas? Do we need a Board vote to do this?

What responsibilities does the Association have if an owner or resident in the community tests positive for Covid-19?

Communicate, Be Leaders and Be Practical: Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C.’s Advice for Board Members and Managers During the Covid-19 Pandemic (5 min.)

Over 1,300 Views Since March 18, 2020! Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. Answers 25 Common Questions from Board Members and Managers regarding Covid-19 and HOAs/Condos (1 hour)

Short Videos

Can we tell owners that they can’t have guests or vendors come to their property?

Do most association insurance policies have an exclusion for pandemics?

What does Governor Ducey’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” Order mean for business operations at our HOA/condo? What are essential services that can be provided by others to our association during the “Stay at Home” Order?

Communicate, Be Leaders and Be Practical: Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C.’s Advice for Board Members and Managers During the Covid-19 Pandemic (5 min.)

Reserve Fund 411

New legislation anticipated in 2020

Removal of a Board Member

Mulcahy Law Firm’s 2019 Legislative Update

Enforcement of CC&Rs

How to Effectively Handle Rental Properties

Mulcahy Law Firm’s Secrets to Effective Collections

Board Member Roles and Responsibilities

Dealing with a Difficult Owner

Secrets of Successful Associations

Records Requests by Members

Amending Association Documents – A 5 Step Plan

Video Library

Neighborhood Services Virtual HOA Academy – We are Better Together! Class #2

Virtual HOA Academy – Tips for Running Virtual Board Meetings and Q & A Pertaining to Associations & COVID-19

Q&A with Beth Mulcahy, Esq. regarding reopening of HOA/Condo common areas

COVID-19: Tips for Re-Opening Common Area, Monitoring Finances & Collections of Assessments

Suggestions for HOAs and Condos to plan ahead for possible financial difficulties resulting from COVID-19.

Tips for legally conducting “virtual” board, annual, & special meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic

Adopting Emergency Rules during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Can we tell owners that they can’t have guests or vendors come to their property?

Do most association insurance policies have an exclusion for pandemics?

Conducting Meetings Going Forward – How do we run business with the new reality of COVID-19?

COVID-19 Pandemic: HOAs/Condos conducting business and planning ahead during this time

Communication with Owners & Past Due Amounts

Resident with Covid-19 | What should our association do?

What does Governor Ducey’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” Order mean for business operations at our HOA/condo? What are essential services that can be provided by others to our association during the “Stay at Home” Order?

Beth Mulcahy, Esq.’s – Live Stream on COVID-19’s impact on HOAs/Condos

What is your opinion regarding community inspections for violations during the COVID-19 pandemic? Should we stop any violation letters or fines to our owners?

Does an association have a responsibility to check in on elderly residents?

What should HOAs/Condos do if owners stop paying assessments because they are concerned about the economy?

Can we use email for Emergency Board decisions during the Corona-virus pandemic?

Should we allow vendors on association property during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Does an HOA/Condo have liability if the association doesn’t follow CDC guidelines for cleaning common areas and someone sues as a result of death or severe illness?

Can we host a board meeting via teleconference or video conferencing?

Should we have Board Meetings and Annual Meetings but just “Social Distance”?

Can the Board close down the Association’s common areas? Do we need a Board vote to do this?

What responsibilities does the Association have if an owner or resident in the community tests positive for Covid-19?

Communicate, Be Leaders and Be Practical: Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C.’s Advice for Board Members and Managers During the Covid-19 Pandemic (5 min.)

Over 1,300 Views Since March 18, 2020! Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. Answers 25 Common Questions from Board Members and Managers regarding Covid-19 and HOAs/Condos (1 hour)

Reserve Fund 411

New legislation anticipated in 2020

Removal of a Board Member

Mulcahy Law Firm’s 2019 Legislative Update

Amending Association Documents

Annual Audit of a Community Association’s Records

Arizona Open Meeting Law

Brunch with Mulcahy Community Association Q&A

Board Member Roles and Responsibilities – Seminar

Display of Flags in a Community Association

Fines & Penalties in a Community Association

Foreclosure Limitations in a Community Association

Full Seminar – 2017 Legislative Update & Amending Association…

HB 2172-Design; Architectural Committees; Review for Planned Communities

HB2106: Homeowners’ Associations Enforcement Grace Period

HB2382– Amendment of Declaration

How to Effectively Work with Rental Properties in a Community Association

Inspection of Books & Records by Members in a Community Association

Mail-in & Absentee Ballots: Voting in a Community Association

New 2016 Arizona Law: SB1350 Short Term Rentals

New 2017 Laws Regarding Community Associations

Pets in Community Associations

Removal of Directors & Board Members in a Community Association

SB1449: Prohibited Operations/Unmanned Aircraft (including Drones)

SB1496 Removal of Board Members of Planned Communities & Condominiums

SB1498: Homeowners’ Association Fees; Hearings; Elections

Secrets to Effective Collection of Delinquent Assessments in a HOA

Solar Energy Devices in Planned Communities

The Basics for Self-Managed Associations

The Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Community Association Law

2017 Legislative Update

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