SPECIAL ECHO ANNUAL SEMINAR EDITION
Take Our Quiz!
Win a 28" Widescreen LCD Monitor!
The attorneys at Berding|Weil have proudly supported ECHO for many years. We'll have a booth at this year's annual seminar, staffed by our attorneys ready to address whatever homeowner association legal issues you have (we've probably seen them all!).
Race to Win!
The ECHO Annual Seminar is simply the best educational opportunity designed for HOA members. And in 2009, ECHO continues its 37-year tradition of providing the most up-to-date information on the most pressing issues for California HOAs. Whether you are a first time board member, a brand new condominium owner, or an HOA veteran, the Annual Seminar will give you the training and information you need.
Saturday the 13th of June 2009
Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
Tyler is speaking from 10:50-12:00 with David Levy on "Association Financial Survival in Tough Times" and Steve speaks with Jeffrey Barnett from 3:20-4:30 on "Ask the Attorneys". Registration begins at 7:30 and the first breakout session starts at 9:00. Friday night is the managers cocktail reception.
To "tune you up" for ECHO's wonderful program this year (for directors, members and managers alike), we've put together a "Condo Quiz". Bring your completed quiz to the seminar we'll have the answers at our booth. All winning entries will be put in the raffle for a new 28" computer monitor!
Take Our Condo Quiz Below!
Select your answers, print out the quiz, and bring the completed quiz to our booth. Good luck!
California Election Law
Leaks, Repairs and Claims
Bring this sheet with your answers checked and your business card to our booth at the ECHO Seminar. All entries with at least 12 correct answers will be put into our raffle for a 28" LCD computer monitor. Good luck!
THE POLITICS AND PSYCHOLOGY OF AMENDING GOVERNING DOCUMENTS
By Steven Weil
"What is a Co-op?"
A Co-op, also known as a Stock Cooperative, is a housing community in which a corporation owns the entire real property, both the common area and the dwelling units. The shareholders or members own a share or shares of stock, or a membership. Ownership of a share or membership entitles that person to lease and live in an apartment or other dwelling unit in the community for as long as he/she owns the share or membership.
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