Short-term rentals are a controversial topic in most towns, especially small and resort communities. There are several ways to address this use; however, we have little guidance from the courts or the legislature to date. We review what case law exists, as well as legislative acts and failures to act on the topic.
Who Should Attend? Municipal and land use lawyers, as well as town officials interested in the topic. ALL CREDIT MINUTES FOR NHBA CLE PROGRAMS WILL BE REPORTED TO THE NHMCLE ART SYSTEM FOR YOU TYPICALLY WITHIN TWO BUSINESS DAYS.
Materials: Materials for Live Seminars are given the day of the seminar in person. Materials for Online seminars, CLEtoGo seminars and Live Webcasts come in pdf format after purchase for you to download and save/print. They will be available in your online account through this catalog.
Materials for Audio CDs and DVDs are mailed to you after purchase (after original program date). If ordering before a program takes place, please allow up to 2 weeks after the program to receive your CDs, DVDs or Materials.
180 NHMCLE Minutes
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