The End of Declarant Control: Cleaning up the Confusion

by Jeff Kerrane ArticlesQuestions AnsweredArticles Gallery

Transition of a community association’s board of directors from declarant control to homeowner control is a process that is done inconsistently and with spotty documentation.  This can sometimes lead to problems down the road if the association ever has legal issues with its declarant.  The following FAQ is intended to address some of the most misunderstood aspects of the end of the declarant control process.   

Pride & Professionalism: Building your own personal code of ethics

by Jessica Meeker ArticlesColoradoMinnesotaArticles Gallery

Most organizations have a code of ethics that act as a guideline for professional conduct and understanding the difference between “right” and “wrong” within the organization. The company you work for now probably has a code of ethics that you were given when you were hired. The code of ethics given to you by your company is a great guide to being a professional in the workplace and be a model employee for that company. You are now the walking image of the company and representing clients on behalf of the company. Why not take that image to the next level and brand yourself?