In this, the fourth installment, I present an outline of a rules enforcement policy; what should be included, and what should be avoided.
Now that you’ve got those great new rules for your association, how are you going to enforce them? Here, in Part 3 of the 4 part series, I talk about the first steps of the enforcement process.
Miss the other parts? Here’s a link to Part 1, on the distinction between regulations and rules, and here’s a link to Part 2, on an association’s successful adoption of a pet policy.
In this installment of the Rules and Regulations presentation, I discuss an association’s successful adoption of a pet policy.
This is the second installment of a four-part series on Rule Making and Enforcement. Here’s a link to thefirst installment, on the distinctions between regulations and rules.
DISCLAIMER: In the interests of poetic license, preservation of confidentiality and due to a failing memory, certain aspects of the story have been changed.
On Saturday, as I had promised (threatened?), I presented a session of the Essentials for Community Association Volunteers at Daybreak. For the enjoyment of my readers, I filmed the presentation, and will present it in four parts. Here’s the first part, dealing with an overview of rules and regulations. (And yes, they’re different. Watch the video to find out how.)