The Cross Law Firm's Landlord Law Blog

April 25, 2011

Managing Attorney Tamara Cross Gives WMA Seminar to Mobilehome Park Managers and Owners in San Diego

Attorney Tamara Cross, Lawyer in San Diego of The Cross Law Firm, APC presents at the WMA’s (Western Manufactured Housing Communities) April MCM Seminar on April 21st, 2011 at the Hilton San Diego Mission Valley.

The way you prepare and serve your residency forms can make or break you in court, or even better, keep you out of court if you do it right at the beginning! Learn from management and legal experts on how to properly prepare key forms, and why the attention to detail is so important in order to see the appropriate outcome. Seminar attendees will receive a complete set of WMA residency form samples, which include examples and tips (an incredible value!).

About the WMA:

The Western Manufactured Housing Community Manager (MCM) program began in 1993 and has continued to grow in popularity and numbers throughout the years. our MCM faculty is drawn from our members and represents experienced industry attorneys, community owners and management leaders. The Western Manufactured Housing Education Group (WMEG), in conjunction with Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association (WMA)
awards this designation to community management professionals who have distinguished themselves in the areas of experience, education, and ethical conduct.

To qualify for the MCM designation, a candidate must complete courses in the MCM Accreditation Program totaling 60 hours, and pass the corresponding exams. This can be accomplished in a three year period if all courses offered are attended. MCM participants can login and track their progress and view their course history on our website.

Successful individuals in our industry understand that staying informed on regulations, laws and best practices is one of the most powerful tools to protect assets and avoid litigation.

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