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Virginia – Gibson & Associates earns management company accreditation

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Gibson & Associates earns management company accreditation

Gibson & Associates LLC is now the first and only management company in Southwest Virginia that has earned the Accredited Association Management Company credential. There are fewer than 240 management companies worldwide that have earned this highest level of professional recognition in the community association management field.

Virginia – CICB Issues Notice of Intended Regulatory Action for Manager Training Programs

CICB – DPOR – Amendment to Training Program Provisions

The Virginia Common Interest Community Board issued a Notice of Intended Regulatory Action (NOIRA) on December 28, 2015.   The CICB intends to amend 18 VAC 48-50-253 and 255 to require only certain training for individuals renewing certifications and clarify training course content in reference to Virginia laws and regulations directly related to common interest communities.

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Ontario – Condo owners should have more say, panel recommends

Condo owners should have more say, panel recommendsExcessive or misused condo fees, financial mismanagement, rigged contract bidding and buildings in poor repair. These are among the nightmares Ontario’s more than one million condo owners frequently face, and a major reason the province is reviewing the 1998 Condominium Act in order to revamp it and give owners more input and protection.

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Ontario – Condo Act review promises major change in Ontario

Condo Act review promises major change in OntarioA sea change is coming for the management and operation of the province’s 600,000 condominium units if recommendations in Stage 2 of the Condominium Act review, released last month, become law. Last year, the Ontario government retained Ottawa-based Canada’s Public Policy Forum to lead a review of the 2001 Condominium Act and recommend changes to solve a number of perceived problems with the legislation.

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Illinois – Community Association Managers Must Be Licensed by October 1

Illinois.gov – Illinois Government News Network (IGNN) – Search the News ResultsCHICAGO – Recently enacted legislation requires professional Community Association Managers to apply for a license by October 1, 2012. The law, led by Rep. Elaine Nekritz (D-Des Plaines), makes sure that the people hired to manage and maintain common areas of community associations are of good character and trained to handle the sometimes complex financial and legal responsibilities of multi-unit complexes of more than 10 units.

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Nevada – HOA managers require certification, education

HOA managers require certification, educationEditor’s note: This is the first in a three-part column addressing the management of HOAs and what new laws could help protect homeowners. Q: With all of the recent news pertaining to the federal investigation of homeowners associations, how does one become a manager of an association? What are the requirements?

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Nevada – Aliante HOA works to dispel negative associations

Aliante HOA works to dispel negative associationsSeven men and women volunteer to govern the Sun City Aliante homeowners association. They also hold the distinction as the first and only HOA board in Nevada to complete the Community Associations Institute's certification program. The voluntary certification as a Dedicated Community Association Leader, or DCAL, was developed by the institute's Nevada chapter.

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Illinois – Community association managers must be licensed

Condo talk: Community association managers must be licensedThe Community Association Manager Licensing and Disciplinary Act requires managers of community associations to be licensed as of Oct. 1. The law is intended to ensure that those who say they possess professional qualifications to provide management services are, in fact, qualified professionals, and to provide for high standards of professional conduct by licensed community association managers.