2017 May Legal Issues Seminar
Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017
Time: 9am - 5pm
Where: TAA / Response Team 1 Education Center
Triangle Apartment Association
7920 ACC Blvd., Suite 220
Raleigh, NC 27617
Cost: $189 Members / $289 Non-Members
**Six (6) Continuing Education Credits (CECs)**
Continental breakfast and lunch provided.
Register online or download the registration form here!
Join us for this informative seminar to learn all the legalities of operating your property within the law in the state of NC.
Mr. Brownlee will bring you up to speed on the NC landlord-tenant law changes. In addition to learning about the laws, he will guide you through the legal aspects of property management as well as the eviction process and how to avoid pitfalls.
Other topics include:
- Evictions, case law precedents affecting evictions, including updates on the pending Lofton NC Supreme Court case
- Proper use of security deposits and a review of case law changes affecting deposits
- NC Debt collection laws
- Landlord legal myths – including newly explored myths
- Referral fees
- Explore and discuss industry trends in charging fees to residents, particularly utility fees
- Early termination fees, minimum notice fees and concession charge-backs
About your instructor, Will Brownlee:
Will Brownlee is the Executive Director and General Counsel for the Apartment Association of North Carolina. Mr. Brownlee has
practiced law for 18 years on behalf of landlords in North Carolina and South Carolina and has been active in the apartment industry for 20 years. Prior to his current position with AANC, Will founded two law firms whose attorneys continue to represent landlords and management companies throughout the Carolinas. Over the years, he has also served as a member of the AANC Board of Directors, the Triangle Apartment Association’s Board of Directors, and the Piedmont Triad Apartment Association’s Board of Directors. Will has also served as the author and editor of the AANC Lease and AANC Legal Handbook for over 18 years, and he also serves the National Apartment Association as its local attorney for revisions and updates to its standard lease forms used in NC and SC. Committed to landlord education, he regularly teaches legal seminars and NAAEI designation courses throughout North Carolina and South Carolina.