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2015 On Demand In Rem Foreclosure
More and more counties are turning to in rem foreclosure as a cost efficient method of collecting property taxes on real property without involving attorneys. In this webinar, expert practitioners of in rem foreclosure from across the state, including Valerie Curry of Orange County, will share their experience with the nuts and bolts of the process. Faculty member Chris McLaughlin will offer a legal overview of in rem foreclosure and help answer audience questions. This course has been approved for 2 continuing education hours by the North Carolina Tax Collectors Association.
Ethics for Local Elected Officials Live
These webinars satisfy the 2 clock hours of local ethics training required by state law for elected and appointed members of city councils and county boards of commissioners. This training is required to be completed within 12 months of election day and is required every time they are elected, re-elected or appointed to a local office.
When Disaster Strikes, Are You Ready?
Hurricanes, ice storms, flooding, tornadoes, wildfires – no part of our state is immune from disasters. Are you ready for the next one? This webinar, offered in collaboration with the NC Division of Emergency Management, will provide information on steps you can take to be prepared. Drawing from lessons learned in past disasters, webinar topics include FEMA bidding requirements under the Uniform Guidance, prepositioning contracts, debris removal, FEMA public assistance reimbursement, and best practices for pre-disaster planning. The more you prepare, the better you recover.
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