The Cooperator Events Presents: Making the Grade - How to Get Your Property Ready for the New State Safety Inspection Requirements A Virtual Town Hall Sponsored by: Kipcon, Inc., Regency Management Group, Inc., Griffin Alexander, P.C.

The Cooperator Events Presents: Making the Grade - How to Get Your Property Ready for the New State Safety Inspection Requirements

The Cooperator Events presents a Virtual Town Hall: Making the Grade - How to Get Your Property Ready for the New State Safety Inspection Requirements. Sponsored by Kipcon, Inc.,  Regency Management Group, Inc., Griffin Alexander, P.C.

Tuesday November 24, 2020 at 10:00 AM EST

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Every 5 years, condos, co-ops, and mutual housing corporations in New Jersey are required by the state to conduct a thorough inspection of their properties in order to comply with the Hotel and Multiple Dwelling Law, and to ensure that the property is properly maintained and does not pose a threat to the health, safety, and welfare of its residents or that of the surrounding community. Scheduling and cooperating with these inspection visits is part of your board-management team's duty to their constituents, and failing to do so can be costly - both in terms of risk to resident safety, and potential for steep fines for violations. This informative discussion will explain the law, outline its requirements, and - crucially - offer invaluable tips on how your building or HOA can be ready to pass its next inspection with flying colors. You'll learn how inspections are scheduled, how the process itself works, what documents and resources are available to make it go more smoothly, and the role of boards and managers at inspection time. 

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