BUCKINGHAM OBTAINS DISMISSAL IN CASE AGAINST COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGER
- January 6, 2018
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A community association manager (“CAM”) who was the subject of an investigation initiated by the Director of the State’s CAM program was cleared, and the matter brought against the manager’s license was dismissed without action, stipulation, or compromise agreement. Miles Buckingham of Nemirow Perez represented the manager who was targeted for disciplinary action based on an interpretation of the laws and regulations governing managers which, Buckingham and his client argued, exceeded the legal authority of the State. Because the laws and regulations governing Community Association Managers are relatively new, it is important that managers who are subject to an investigation, a request for information, or disciplinary proceedings, have counsel who is familiar with what the law and the regulations allow and do not allow.