On March 3rd, 2016 the UCCAI held a webinar to discuss how new laws and changes to existing laws made during the 2016 legislative session in Utah will impact your community and the HOA industry from our Utah Legislative Action Committee panelists. Watch the webinar now.
You'll have access to a great buffet, comrades and new skills when you attend the leadership luncheon on April 21st at Cottonwood Country Club. This month's topic is “Writing RFPs”. Join us from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm.
Acquire a working knowledge of how to write a concise a…Read more →
Each governing document of a community association is an essential piece that holds the association together. The governing documents create a legally binding relationship between the owner and the association, allow for a well-defined operation of the community and promote harmonious…Read more →
It is not uncommon for lots or units within a homeowner association to be owned by two or more persons, such as joint ownership by a husband and wife. Joint ownership of a lot or unit within a homeowner association results in one membership standing in the name of two or more persons …Read more →
I graduated from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah in May 2011. My practice currently consists of securities related matters and corporate transactions. Although I do not currently practice in the community association realm, I look back on my time as a communi…Read more →
Take advantage of sponsorship opportunities for 2016. Packages are available, as well as a la carte events to fit your needs and budget. Browse the brochure and select your package and events. The brochure, order form and 2016 event calendar are listed.
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Foreclosed homes that sit vacant during the winter season are susceptible to numerous issues. For instance, lack of water use can cause pipes to burst, flooding home areas. Even if the water is turned off, the residual amount that sits in pipes can still cause leaks or floods, potenti…Read more →