Hill Wallack Community Associations partner Caroline Record to be panelist for CAI-NJ’s Webinar

Posted by on Jul 27, 2020 in Uncategorized

CAI-NJ has a webinar every Wednesday, led by industry professionals, discussing important issues affecting your business or common interest community!

On Wednesday, July 29th at 12 noon, Caroline Record will be presenting on “Contracts”

Other topics include:

  • Reading Engineering Maintenance Reports
  • Building a Successful Maintenance Plan for Your Community
  • Pipe Replacement

Managers will receive 1 hour of continuing education requirements for the CMCA certification!

Must be in attendance for entire seminar to receive credit.

Click here to register.

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Hill Wallack Community Associations Partner to Moderate NJ-LAC Update

Posted by on Jul 23, 2020 in Legislation, Webinar

George Greatrex, a partner of Hill Wallack LLP’s Community Associations practice group and Chair of the CAI Legislative Action Committee – NJ will be moderating the NJ-LAC Update webinar on Monday, July 27, 2020 I 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Join the upcoming virtual legislative update to connect with the experts about what’s going on in Trenton. This event, presented by the NJ Legislative Action Committee, will provide you with an insider’s view and the most up-to-date information on issues most important to Common Interest Communities in New Jersey.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

CIC Immunity from COVID19 Claims
►    Discussion of Proposed Legislation

Also Brief Updates on the Following Issues
►    Appeal of Radburn Regulations
►    Debt Collection Bills (S2330 & S2423)
►    Benefits Derived/ Adequate Reserves Regulations

Open To All Members and Non-Members. Click here to register.

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Open Your Doors Carefully, Re-Opening The Clubhouse and Holding Indoor Events

Posted by on Jun 18, 2020 in COVID-19

 

Written by: Terry A. Kessler, Esq.

With Executive Order 152, issued on June 9, Governor Murphy has authorized larger numbers of people to congregate in certain areas and under specified conditions and so enables community associations to open their clubhouses and facilities and to hold both indoor and outdoor events. However, the order restricts the sizes of such gatherings and the proximity of attendees because congregating in large groups and remaining in close proximity increases the risk of transmitting COVID-19. These new regulations can be found here. While outdoor events also are permitted, this article addresses only indoor use/events. An association is not required to open the clubhouse but if it does, it must consider the following:

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Testing The Waters: Opening Pools In Community Associations

Posted by on Jun 11, 2020 in COVID-19

Written by: Caroline Record, Esq.

On June 8, 2020, Governor Murphy announced that all municipal and private club pools, including pools in community associations, would be permitted to open on June 22, 2020 in accordance with specific regulations to be published by the New Jersey Department of Health. Those regulations were published in the wee hours of June 10, 2020 and can be found here. If a community association board decides to open the pool in the community this summer, below are some of the requirements that must be observed and enforced:

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Not Just Elections: The New DCA “RADBURN” Regulations Also Require Changes To Community Association Board Meetings

Posted by on Jun 9, 2020 in Board Meetings, DCA, Elections/Voting

Written by: Jonathan H. Katz, Esq.

As we advised in our previous alert, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (the “DCA”) published formal regulations governing elections held in community associations, which were made effective as of the day they were made public (May 18, 2020). In addition to the election regulations, the DCA also included new requirements related to community association board meetings. Those new requirements include the following:

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