**This Luncheon is scheduled for WEDNESDAY, 6/14**
Topic: Developer Transition of Power
With a medieval theme, this class explains the role of a community manager as a community transitions from declarant to homeowner control. This course helps guide and prepare community managers for all of the complications that arise when a community transitions. You will learn about the obligations imposed on a declarant under Colorado law, the list of things that need to be completed during the transition process, as well as tips and guidance concerning the procedures for transition.
Credits: 1 hour CAM-ICB
Shareholder Jeff Kerrane has more than 25 years of experience representing property owners and community associations in construction defect cases.
In addition to his extensive experience in the courtroom, Jeff has been published in journals such as the Santa Clara Law Review, Nevada Lawyer, California Regulatory Law Reporter, Condo Management Magazine, Recharger Magazine, and local publications of the Community Associations Institute (CAI). He is a frequent speaker on construction defects and community association law topics, and has lectured for CAI, the Nevada Ombudsman’s Office for Community Associations, the Nevada Real Estate Division, the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors, and California Association of Community Managers.
Jeff is a member of CAI’s Legislative Action Committee which furthers legislation in support of homeowners and community associations. Jeff has testified before state legislative committees regarding homeowner issues. In 2012, Jeff joined a state bar delegation to visit Cuba for the purpose of researching Cuba’s legal system.
Jeff is a high school mock trial coach and enjoys spending time with his wife and their four kids.
Join us for networking, a delicious gourmet lunch, and an education session all in one! 1 CE credit for those holding the CMCA designation.
The Pinery at the Hill
775 W Bijou St
Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Registration closes the Friday before the event at 5pm MST. The event begins at 11am with networking, lunch, and our presentation after.
Homeowner Leader Member: $5
Manager Member: $25
Business Partner Member: $35
**3.25% of all event fees are in support of CLAC (Colorado Legislative Action Committee) and are therefore not tax deductible.***
Thank you to our June Luncheon Sponsors!