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  • April 4, 2019
    12:00 pm - 1:45 pm

You get an emergency phone call from an owner about police cars parked in the neighborhood and police officers banging on the neighbor’s door and demands you take care of it.  Or perhaps you get complaints about neighbors running a grow operation out of their unit and a demand that you do something about it.  Sound familiar?  Oftentimes, it is difficult to tell whether a particular situation requires association involvement or a situation that must be left to local authorities to handle.  We will review various real-life situations in this class and go through the necessary analysis to figure out whether the associations have a duty to get involved.

This class is approved for 2 hours of CAM Continuing Education Credit and 2 hours of CMCA Credit.

This class is designed for state licensed managers, if you are not currently a manager or are not planning to get licensed please contact our office (contact information below) to see the availability for this class.

Please sign in by 12:10 in order to receive CAM/CMCA credit!

This class is being held at 555 Zang Street, Lakewood, Colorado 80228. Please park in the main entrance parking lot located on the north-west side of the building (not facing the street). Enter the main entrance lobby (not facing the street) and take the elevators down to the first floor. We will be waiting for you when you exit the elevator.

Questions? Please call 303.4931.2088 or email at [email protected]


555 Zang Street, Lakewood, Colorado, 80228, United States