Travis Moore, Lobbyist of Florida Capitol Advocates and Legislative Representative for Community Associations Institute (CAI), and attorney Paul L. Wean, Managing Shareholder of Wean & Malchow, P.A., will discuss the latest major policy changes, condo and homeowner association regulations, and the potential implications of House Bill 1195. Residents, property managers and volunteer condo Board of Director members are invited to attend and learn about future policies that will significantly impact their community and investments.
“This year’s state legislative session was a frantic whirlwind of legislation which reached a broad spectrum of policy areas. This was a particularly challenging Session due to a multitude of freshmen legislators, new leadership teams running both the House and Senate and a new Gubernatorial Administration and Executive branch,” said Moore. “I look forward to addressing those important community association issues which did pass, as well as discussing some of the major proposals which were brought forward and failed to gain enactment during the 2011 Florida Legislative Updates for Condo Associations event.”
Moore will bring a unique and valuable “behind-the-
Wean has represented community associations and is a frequent contributor to several publications of interest to community association members and has lectured on the national, state and local levels.
He has also authored a law review article for Nova University Law Review on developments in community association law and he is a member of the Community Association Institute (CAI) and the Space Coast Condominiums Association in Brevard County. Wean has also served as both Secretary and President of his own homeowners association.
“House Bill 1195 recently became effective on July 1, 2011, and there are many important changes Condominium, Cooperative, and Homeowner Associations should be informed of,” said Wean. “The bill revises and provides various provisions relating to specified condominium, cooperative, and homeowner associations, including fees, elections, records, powers, duties, meetings, officers, notices, foreclosure, governance, liens, and bulk assignees and bulk buyers.”
TCG is the leading community association management company in Florida that works year-round with CAI to ensure the rights of all residents who live within communities governed by HOA or community associations.
Registration and hors d‘oeuvres will be from 6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., and the seminar will be held from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. The event is free but attendees must pre-register with Beth Monaco at email@example.com or call 407-644-0010. Parking is free.
About The Continental Group, Inc.
Founded in 1990, The Continental Group’s corporate headquarters is located in Hollywood, FL. It also has regional offices in Boca Raton, Miami, West Palm Beach, Wellington, Vero Beach, Orlando, Tampa/St. Petersburg, Jacksonville and Destin. The company is the largest manager of condominium and homeowner associations in the state, and one of South Florida’s leading private sector employers.
Today, The Continental Group manages and maintains 1,500 Associations and more than 310,000 residential units. As the leading community association management company in Florida, Continental pioneered many of the practices widely utilized throughout the industry today. The Continental Group is a subsidiary of FirstService Residential Management, which manages over 4,600 communities, representing more than 1.2 million homes/units in 18 states. FirstService Residential Management is a subsidiary of FirstService Corporation. To learn more about The Continental Group, call (954) 925-8200, toll-free: (800) 215-2316 or visit www.tcgmgt.com.