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January 13: Community Association Building Blocks - Community Drainage, Flooding & Architectural Control Parameters

Many communities in North Carolina experience issues with drainage, stormwater, and localized nuisance flooding after rain events. 

Join Environmental attorney Amy Wang and Litigation attorney Eric Remington on Thursday, January 13 at 2:00 p.m. for the final installment in Ward and Smith's Community Association Building Blocks series. During this session, Amy and Eric will discuss: 

  • Drainage vs. Stormwater
  • General coverage of drainage and stormwater in covenants and permits
  • Updates on the State's Stormwater Program
  • Legal doctrines or rules that pertain to surface water drainage and liability
  • Common causes of action asserted in lawsuits related to surface water drainage, flooding and erosion

The session will conclude with a live Q&A. Our Community Association Building Blocks sessions are designed specifically for association managers. These sessions are free to attend, but registration is required.

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