RB to Attend CAI Chesapeake Chapter Strategic Planning Session
FHA Extends Temporary Approval Provisions for Condominiums
Virginia Fair Housing Law for Common Interest Community Managers - Sept. 21st
August 28, 2017
Rees Broome, PC is pleased to provide Virginia CICB-approved fair housing training to common interest community managers on Thursday, September 21, 2017 from noon-2pm in our Tysons Corner, VA office. To sign up for this educational opportunity, please contact Patrice Peyton.
D.C. Council Introduces Manager Licensing Bill
August 22, 2017
Last month, the D.C. Council introduced a bill to create a mandatory requirement that property management companies providing services to community associations be licensed by the District of Columbia.
The bill is called the Property Manager Licensing Amendment Act of 2017, and has been assigned Bill Number 22-0396.
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RB Attorneys Featured in August 2017 Edition of Quorum Magazine
August 15, 2017
Rees Broome Community Association attorneys Leslie Brown and Juan Cardenas are featured in the August 2017 Edition of Quorum Magazine, the publication of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Chapter of the Community Associations Institue. They authored an article regarding Robert's Rules of Order.
Congrats to our attorneys!
RB Luncheon and Presentation on Quorum Requirements - Aug. 23rd at 12pm
August 3, 2017
Rees Broome, PC invites Board members and industry professionals to attend a 1-hour luncheon and presentation discussing Quorum Requirements and Helpful Tips on August 23, 2017 at 12pm at the offices of Rees Broome, PC in Tysons Corner, VA.
RB Attorneys to Attend Virginia Leadership Retreat
August 2, 2017
RB Community Association attorneys Todd Sinkins, Juan Cardenas, Erik Fox, Kathleen Machado and Winta Mengisteab will be attending the Virginia Leadership Retreat hosted by the Southeastern Virginia Chapter of the Community Associations Institute from August 3rd through August 6th at The OMNI Homestead Resort in Hotsprings, Virginia.
Attendees are invited to visit Rees Broome, PC's business partner table before and after the educational seminars.
New Maryland Case Addresses Suspension of Access to Common Elements
August 1, 2017
The Maryland Court of Appeals recently ruled in the Elvaton Towne Condominium Regime II, Inc. v. Rose that before a Board can impose a suspension of privileges (like access to general common element parking or common element recreational amenities), the authority to suspend access to the common elements must be expressly stated in the recorded Declaration for a Condominium.
RB Attorneys Featured in July 2017 Edition of Quorum Magazine
July 12, 2017
Rees Broome Community Association attorneys Pete Philbin, Todd Sinkins and Nicole Williams are featured in the July 2017 Edition of Quorum Magazine, the publication of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Chapter of the Community Associations Institue.