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Helpful Resources
As counselors of communities, we are here for you. Therefore, making sure you have access to helpful info through animated videos, pdfs, & links is important to us. Want us to address something in particular? Contact us directly with your ideas! 

Link to
Fillable Incident Form

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Link to
Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac 1076a / 476a form


Sample Template
for Workplace Safety Rules

In our Summer 2020 Newsletter article "Virginia Adopts Mandatory Safety Rules," it references the mandatory implementation of workplace safety rules and procedures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Please click below to view a sample document.


Virtual Board Meetings

HB29 signed by Governor Northam effective April 24, 2020

Click below to read more about Virtual Board Meeting procedures enacted by Virginia General Assembly. 

HB30 signed by Governor Northam effective July 1, 2020

Important Information

for Community Associations with fewer than 500 employees

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Effective April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020, employers with fewer than 500 employees are required to comply with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The FFCRA is a temporary measure that ensures that employees would be entitled to additional paid sick leave for COVID-19 related reasons. For employers with fewer than 50 employees, there may be an exemption from the requirement to provide leave due to school closings or child care unavailability if the leave requirements “would jeopardize the viability of the business as a going concern.” Additional information should be forthcoming from the Department of Labor to provide additional detail for exemption qualifications. As this situation is changing daily, it is important to regularly visit for important updates. The attached poster is required to be displayed in a conspicuous place on the work premises. In addition,  as many workers are working remotely, the poster must also be emailed or directly mailed to remote workers. 


How to handle
Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Because of the rapidly changing environment, including the issuance of the Virginia Governor's Executive Order 55 on March 30th, there are numerous factors that communities must consider that are specific to each Association's governing documents and their circumstances. Therefore, it would be recommended that legal counsel be consulted as issues arise within your Association. To view the Governor's Executive Order 55, click below. 

Conference Calling 101

Trying to navigate how to best serve your community remotely? Click below to view a step-by-step breakdown of options, pros/cons, and our recommendations when it comes to using audio/video conference calling for Board Meetings and other Community Association needs. 


Link to

Supreme Court Case Opinion

Virginia Codification Conversion Resolution 

Save time and conveniently get your documents up to date with the new October 1, 2019 renumbering of the Condominium Act, Property Owners’ Association Act, and Common Interest Community Management Recovery Fund. Click below to download and adopt the Virginia Codification Conversion Resolution now!

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Annual Meeting Checklist

Are you prepared?

A few questions every Board should be asking themselves before their Annual Meeting to ensure they are adequately   prepared. To view a PDF of the video, please click the button below. 

The Collection Process

Legal actions we can take

A breakdown of some of the collection processes & legal actions our firm could undergo in order to resolve a delinquency for your community. 

Board Training

Get your Board in-the-know with our educational Board Orientations, where we come out to you with completely customized presentations that keep your community's unique needs in mind. 


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Important Disclaimer


The contents of this site should not be construed as legal advice. Readers should not act upon information presented in publication without individual professional assistance. This information is prepared by Segan, Mason & Mason, P.C. for clients and other interested parties. The material in this site may be reprinted with acknowledgement of source.

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