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Clearwater Board Certification Course for HOAs, Condos & Co-Ops


The Florida Legislature passed legislation requiring board members of HOAs, condos, and co-ops to take a board certification class within 90 days of being elected to the Board of Directors or provide a written certification election form. Sentry Management is providing board members the opportunity to receive their certification from legal experts in the industry. Take part in a certification course and get answers to all your legal questions. The next course will be held on Thursday, April 7, 2016 at the Sentry Management Office located at 2605 Enterprise Road, Suite 200, Clearwater, FL 33759. The session starts at 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM. The speaker is Joseph Cianfrone, Esq. with Cianfrone, Nikoloff, Grant, Greenberg & Sinclair, P.A. Please RSVP to (407) 788-6700, ext. 51106 or email dmyers@sentrymgt.com.

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