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NC Landlord/Tenant Law Seminar-SOLD OUT

Critical NC Apartment Operation Legalities

9/14/2017
When: September 14th, 2017
9:00 am - 4:30 pm (registration/breakfast at 8:30 am)
Where: Piedmont Natural Gas Training Center
4720 Piedmont Row Drive
(near Brio Tuscan Grille)
Charlotte, North Carolina  28210
United States
Presenter: Will Brownlee
Contact: 704-334-9511 x102


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Attorney Will Brownlee will cover the most important legal issues associated with operating multifamily rental property in North Carolina, including a complete review of the topics below PLUS discussion of the most recent changes to laws affecting NC landlords.

  • Evictions – Issues, defenses, and ways to win
  • NC Debt collection laws 
  • Landlord legal myths – including newly explored myths
  • Referral fees and other regulatory issues, including Real Estate licensure laws
  • Industry trends in charging fees to residents, particularly utility fees 
  • Early termination fees, minimum notice fees and concession charge-backs 
  • 2017 Legislative Update
  • Discussing the cutting edge of the National Fair Housing Trends

Your instructor will be attorney Will Brownlee, the Executive Director and General Counsel for the Apartment Association of North Carolina. Will has practiced law for 19 years on behalf of landlords in North Carolina and South Carolina and has been active in the apartment industry for 21 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. Will has also served as a member of the AANC Board of Directors and as a member of Boards of Directors of two local apartment associations in North Carolina. Will also serves as the author and editor of the AANC Lease and AANC Legal Handbook, 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. He is a graduate of The Citadel and NC Central School of Law. Will has taught NAAEI Designation courses for GCAA and several other apartment associations in North Carolina, has contributed articles to the Apartment Times magazine. Attendees of this seminar will find Will to be quite knowledgeable and exceptionally approachable.

This class is sponsored by Response Team One

Cost: $149 - GCAA Members; $189 - Public
CECs: 6

Deadline to cancel a reservation is noon on 9/12