HRAC 6/25/20 VRLTA Webinar with Chip Dicks
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HRAC 6/25/20 VRLTA Webinar with Chip Dicks

Virginia Residential Landlord Tenant Act presented by Chip Dicks

 Export to Your Calendar 6/25/2020
When: 6/25/20
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Zoom Webinar
United States
Presenter: Chip Dicks
Contact: Juanisha Wilson
(757) 902-6030

Online registration is available until: 6/25/2020
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Join VAMA and Chip Dicks for an in-depth webinar that is a follow up to our May 12th briefing. This webinar will go into further detail about the VRTLA in general along with the July 1st changes.

This is the same session we would usually have in the classroom, but to make sure you get the information on time and get your questions answered, we are offering it in the online zoom webinar format. There will be plenty of opportunity for Q & A throughout the program from all attendees.

This 3 hour webinar is part of a series of VRLTA and legal updates VAMA will be offering members in the next several months to help ease the transition into new operations and procedures.

June 25, 2020
9:00 AM -12:00 PM

Presented by:
Chip Dicks
Gentry Locke

Zoom Virtual Seminar Room
(Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees June 24th)

$69 for members that choose to pay by Credit Card
$79 for members that choose the "invoice me" option
$99 Non members (Must pay in advance w/ credit card)

Registration Deadline: June 23, 2020, 12 PM
Cancellation Deadline: June 20, 2020

All registered attendees will earn 3 CECs toward their CAM, CAPS, CAMT, or NALP!

PLEASE NOTE: Each attendee must be registered individually with an individual email address in order to receive access to the Zoom Webinar and receive credit for attendance. Multiple attendees may not be registered under the same email address.Each registered attendee will receive their unique webinar registration link, via email, 2 days prior to the class.

Meet the Presenter, Chip Dicks:
John G. "Chip" Dicks is a partner in the Richmond Office with Gentry Locke law firm. In addition, Chip is founder of the FutureLaw Real Estate School through which he conducts real estate, landlord and tenant, and fair housing seminars. 

Chip has more than 35 years of experience in commercial real estate, zoning and sign law.  Chip served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1983 through 1989 and served as a member of the Virginia Housing Commission.  He has become the institutional knowledge on real estate issues in the Virginia General Assembly and for more than 30 years, has been the principal scribe of real estate and landlord tenant related legislation in Virginia.  Chip serves as legislative counsel for companies and organizations that represent interests including real estate, landlord-tenant, technology, solar energy development, outdoor advertising, the circuit court clerks and other varied companies and organizations.  Chip was named Outstanding Young Virginian by the Virginia Jaycees and received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Methodist University.  He has served in various leadership capacities of numerous charitable, civic and professional organizations.