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Valuable New Resource on Drafting Community Association Governing Documents
Content provided by Law Firm Carolinas. Original article can be found here.The Community Associations Institute has many valuable resources for anyone who assists community associations. While these m...
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Four CAMS Community Managers Earn Prestigious CMCA Certification
June 2021: Four Community Managers with Community Association Management Services (CAMS), have been named Certified Managers of Community Associations (CMCA®) by the Community Association Managers...
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Community Association Records: What Members Are and Aren't Entitled to See
As a community association board member, you’ve likely received requests from members to see various association documents. Though these requests can seem simple on the surface, there are laws a...
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NC Community Association Legislative Update – May 14, 2021
Like everything else during this past year of COVID, the legislative process has also been different. Usually by now in the first year of a new session of the General Assembly, a number of bills that ...
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CAMS Celebrates its 30th Anniversary: Taking a Look Back
Since CAMS was founded in 1991, the company has grown from a one-man operation in the Wilmington area to its present-day status of operating in eight regions across the Carolinas. When I reflect on my...
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(Likely Final) NC Extension of Order Allowing Virtual Membership Meetings
The NC Executive Order allowing electronic membership meetings (Executive Order #198) was set to expire Monday, May 10. That Order has now been extended by Executive Order #212 through Tuesday, June 1...
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NC Eases Covid-related Restrictions on Gathering Limits, Masks, and Cleaning Requirements
April 28, 2021 - The title of Executive Order #209 pretty much sums up the trend in North Carolina: “Removing the Outdoor Face Covering Requirement, Relaxing Restrictions on Gatherings, and Exte...
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Whether to Hold In-Person HOA or Condo Meetings in South Carolina
While prior Executive Orders contained clear requirements about how to address COVID-19, the most recent South Carolina Executive Orders leave much to the imagination.  For those familiar with So...
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Q&A on Holding In-Person Association Member Meetings in NC
Now that North Carolina allows larger in-person gatherings (see NC Easing Covid Restrictions), many of our homeowner and condominium associations are wondering if it is time to restart in-person membe...
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Thinking of Amending Your HOA Documents? Here’s How.
In a recent “Ask the Experts” webinar, Attorneys Hope Carmichael and Nute Thompson of Jordan Price, PLLC, discussed some best practices for board members to employ when it becomes necessar...

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