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Seminar to focus on shared property set for Nevada City

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What: Noon Time Legal Seminar: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: HOAs, Road Associations,and Mobile Home Parks

When: Noon to 1 p.m., May 21

Where: Nevada County Superior Court, Law Library, 201 Church Street, Nevada City

Cost: $30 Attorneys (Minimum Continuing Legal Education); $15 Public

Attorney Steve MacFarlane is scheduled to speak at the May 21 Noon Time Legal Seminar on Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: HOAs, Road Associations, and Mobile Home Parks, according to a release.

MacFarlane is presenting his fourth Noon Time Legal Seminar for the Nevada County Law Library.

This one-hour course will explore the legal aspects of three common ways that adjoining and shared real property is managed and controlled in California. He will discuss:



The legal background and statutory framework which control homeowners’ associations, mobile home parks and shared road associations

The respective rights and responsibilities of both these associations and individual property owners



Common problems and misconceptions regarding shared property rights, and practical suggestions on how to avoid conflicts and litigation.

Organizers ask attendees to arrive at the courthouse to the law library area by 11:30 a.m. to complete registration and handle payment.

To enroll, please call 530-265-7161 or email Law.Library@nccourt.net.

Source: Nevada County Law Library


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