Will Brownlee Seminars
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Understanding the NAA Click & Lease (Bluemoon)

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Time: 9 AM to Noon

Emphasis will be placed on

  • Common resident violations of the Lease, including nonpayment, criminal activity, and noise violations
  • Landlord remedies in the event of breach/default of the Lease
  • Lease renewal and non-renewal provisions, including notice requirements
  • Exploring misconceptions about the Lease and possible loopholes (that can be filled via addenda)
  • Paragraph-by-paragraph analysis of the Lease, including a "Top Ten" issues list
  • Review of the lease enforcement, including ejectment

  

Legal Issues Workshop

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Time: 1:30 PM to 4:3 PM

Attorney Will Brownlee will cover the most important legal issues associated with operating multifamily rental property in South Carolina, including a complete review of the topics below PLUS discussion of the most recent changes to laws affecting SC landlords.

  • Evictions, A to Z
  • SC Debt Collection Laws
  • Referral Fees
  • Termination Fees, Liquidation Charges, and Concession Charge-Backs
  • Dispelling Common Landlord Legal Myths
  • Plenty of Q & A time throughout the day!


Seminar Cost

The cost is $59 per session for the first staff member and $49 for each additional staff member. The non-member rate is $89. The member rate applies to any member of one of the other four state affiliates.

Click here to download the editable registration form.

About the Presenter

Will Brownlee is an attorney licensed in North Carolina and South Carolina. Will is the founder of Brownlee Law Firm, PLLC and the co-founder of both Loebsack & Brownlee, PLLC and Brownlee Whitlow & Praet, PLLC.  Over the course of his legal career, Will’s law practice focused almost entirely on landlord-tenant law, including evictions, fair housing, lease drafting, and daily advice and counsel.   I

In all, he has served the apartment industry for the last 22 years, including serving as the SC and NC counsel for the National Apartment Association’s lease forms for 12 years; serving as author and editor of the Apartment Association of North Carolina (AANC)’s Lease and Legal Handbook for 21 years, and most recently as the AANC’s Executive Director & General Counsel before retiring in 2018.

He holds degrees from The Citadel and the N.C. Central University School of Law.  Will credits his wife (Michelle), a former property manager who leased Will his very first apartment, for introducing him to the apartment industry and for teaching him [almost] everything worth knowing.