“That’s Actually In The Declaration,
Not The Bylaws”
A Rundown On Where to Find the Information About Who Is In Charge Of What, How Your Association Runs, & How To Change The Bits That Need Tweaking
Your docs tell you everything about your association and are the only leg you have to stand on when it comes to enforcement and matters of responsibility. They determine everything from which RCW’s you abide by, how much insurance you need, who can park where, and who gets to pay for that [snow plow, window cleaning, insurance deductible, dead tree, re-roof, etc] project. They’re changing a lot, hard to read, and should maybe be updated. Come find out where to find the info you need, how to read about the thing you need, and then how to change it if it’s not the thing that fits your community anymore.
(Click image for full presenter bio.)
Ila Kane, CMCA, AMS, is a Community Association Manager at EMB Management, an Associa Company. She has been managing all sorts of condos, townhomes, and single-family homes in the PNW for the last four plus years, with a focus in the last two years on WUCIOA communities and new developments. She lives in the Seattle-area and loves baking and doing anything outside with her husband and her mini goldendoodle Kiwi.
Ken Harer, CCAL, is Condo Law’s managing partner. He’s an experienced attorney and has been working with community associations for more than 20 years. He offers legal assistance with contracts, construction disputes, and warranties related to the Washington Condominium Act and general legal advice on interpretation, enforcement, and modification of governing documents. Ken formerly held a Reserve Specialist (RS) designation and spends the majority of his time overseeing Condominium Law Group. In fall 2010, Ken was inducted into the College of Community Association Lawyers and now holds the CCAL designation. Ken served on a non-profit Board of Directors for more than 18 years.
His practice, formed in 2000, provides assistance on all types of legal matters for condominium and homeowners associations. Ken (also known as the attorney with all those initials after his name!) earned his Juris Doctor and LLM degrees from the University of Washington, as well as a MBA, a BFA in Industrial Design, and a BA in Architecture. An active WSCAI volunteer, Ken is a frequent speaker at industry events and homeowner association seminars, and contributes regularly to industry periodicals. Since 2008, his focus has been providing general legal advice to community associations.
Series Pricing For Members:
(Includes up to three (3) participants per webinar. Association must have a membership with WSCAI of three (3) or more board members.)
$20 (thru 12/30)
$25 (thru 1/6)
$35 (after 1/6)
$39 (thru 12/30)
$49 (thru 1/6)
$59 (after 1/6)
2022 Monthly Webinar Series:
|January 13||Governing Documents|
|February 10||Water Leaks & Insurance Coverage|
|March 10||Reserve Studies|
|April 14||Collection 101|
|May 12||Understanding Financial Reports & Audits|
|July 14||Insurance 101: Different Types of Insurance & Coverage|
|August 11||Virtual Meetings|
|September 8||Emergency Preparedness|
|October 13||Working With A Management Company|
|November 10||New Communities & Developer Transitions|
|December 8||Community Engagement|