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M-204: Community Governance

​​​​​​​Learn how to avoid legal problems and gain cooperation when establishing guidelines.
This course covers the legal basis of community rules, policies and procedures. You’ll gain a better understanding of board and management responsibilities and a better grasp of the community association as a legal entity. Learn how to advise and support your board and how to revise policies and procedures to comply with current laws and recommended management practices. Topics include:

  • Developing and enforcing rules
  • Using an attorney or other professional advisor
  • Conflicts of interest and ethics
  • Reviewing and amending governing documents
  • Statutes and case law affecting community management
  • Fiduciary responsibilities of association boards, committees and managers
  • Management contracts

Course Materials

In addition to a participant guide and a flash drive with bonus readings and materials, you will receive:
CAI Guide for Association Practitioners: Conflicts of Interest

Course Length

2 days | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. both days
A multiple-choice examination is given at the end of the class.
Online Format: 4-6 hours to complete the course plus 4 hours of study via reading assignments and discussion boards. Students have 4 months—120 days from purchase date—to complete the course and take the 60-minute exam to receive credit.

Tuition

CAI member: $459 | Nonmember: $559 Join Now!

REGISTRATION
The M-204 is available in two formats: a classroom course (click on the location below) and online.
M-204 Online Course

UPCOMING EVENTS
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