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The Community Association Guide is a guide to the legal, fiscal, operational, and administrative management of common interest community associations.

2010 Community Association Supplement Guide - Current information for laws and community resources.

Fairfax County Consumer Affairs Branch hosted the 2011 Common Interest Community Educational Seminar  on Monday, November 7, 2011 at the Fairfax County Government Center.   Guest speakers from Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute shared information about current legislation and pending regulations that impact how homeowners associations and condominium associations govern themselves.  Topics included:  the Common Interest Community Board, the Office of the Common Interest Community Board, Manager Licensing, FHA Guidelines, 2011 Legislative Review, Guidance for Volunteer Board Leadership and a Question and Answer session.

Transparent Governance - PowerPoint Presentation

During the 2011 National Consumer Protection Week, the Consumer Affairs Branch hosted an educational seminar for homeowners' and condominium association leaders and members.  Resources and Relationships discussed county, state and local resources that are available to support volunteer leaders in managing and growing their communities.

The Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute (WMCCAI) produces a monthly magazine that provides WMCCAI's membership with information on community association issues. The June 2010 edition of the Quorum magazine features an article highlighting the services provided to leaders and members of common interest communities by the Fairfax County Consumer Affairs Branch. Check out your edition of the Quorum, or download a copy of the article Consumer Complaint Outlet Assists Associations in Fairfax County today!

2012 Virginia Common Interest Community Ombudsman Regulations Open Forum Presentations

Fairfax County Consumer Affairs Branch hosted the 2012 Common Interest Community Seminar – A View from Richmond on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at the Fairfax County Government Center.   Guest speakers from Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute shared information about recent regulations, legislation and case law that impact how homeowners associations and condominium associations govern themselves.  Topics included:  the Common Interest Community Ombudsman Association Complaint Procedure,  2012 Legislative Review, Case Law, Assessments and Collections,  Guidance for Volunteer Board Leadership and a Question and Answer session.


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