Manager Licensing: Taking the Fear Out of Being Licensed (IL)

The Community Association Manager Licensing and Disciplinary Act was adopted on July 1, 2010 after much anticipation. The intent, as stated in the Act, was to ensure that those who hold themselves out as possessing professional qualifications to engage in the business of community association management are, in fact, qualified to render management services of a professional nature, and provide for the maintenance of high standards of professional conduct by those licensed to provide community association management services.     Read the article………..


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