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Welcome to Community Associations Institute - Connecticut Chapter!!!

Community Associations Institute’s mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship, ideals reflected in community associations that are preferred places to call home.  CAI’s focus is providing education, research & information and legislative advocacy.  Find out more – click here to watch a short video about CAI.


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Need verification of taking the M100? - Please call 888-224-4321.

Need to take the M100? - Learn more....

Need to take the CMCA Examination  - Learn more...

Community Association Manager Licensing Information

Department of Consumer Protection License Information -->>

Frequently Asked Questions -->>

Renewal Guidelines -->>

Department of Consumer Protection

Richard E. Maloney, Director
Phone: (860) 713-6100
Email: Richard.E.Maloney@ct.gov


Upcoming Events
M-100: The Essentials of Community Association Management 123
Norwich, CT - September 18-20, 2014
Members $445, Non-Members $545
This course is required for all property managers per Public Act 12-113
Successful community management starts with the essentials!
This comprehensive community association management course provides a practical overview for new managers, an essential review for veteran managers and an advanced course for board members. You’ll receive a 400-page participant guide filled with dozens of sample forms and time-saving tips for working with homeowners, vendors, managers and other professionals. Successful completion of this course is the first step in obtaining a professional designation in community association management.
More Information -->>.................. Sign up online-->> ....................... Sign up by mail -->>

CAI-CT Common Interest Theater Proudly Presents....... 
The 4th Annual Member Dinner & Discussion
"Who Let the Dogs Out?"
Thursday, September 18, 2014, 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Courtyard by Marriott, Cromwell
Members $25, Non-members N/A

Rules – How Can They Be Changed?
Some residents feel that rules were made to be broken. Yet the Board has to enforce the rules to govern their community. Sometimes the rules go too far; sometimes not far enough. Do you know the proper procedure for adopting, modifying, and enforcing the rules in your community? Back by popular demand, our cast of characters will present a lively board meeting of the fictitious community association “Happy Valley Condominium.” Does your association have rules?  Learn the important proper steps needed to change or add a rule to your community.
We will be holding a mock board meeting with the intent of changing a pet rule. 

If your association has rules................this is a must attend event!

Laugh, learn and listen to what you need to know to best serve your community. 

Register - (You must be a CAVL member!) -->>

Timely Topics for Managers, Board Members & Homeowners............
  • MANAGER LICENSURE - New law just passed in May 9, 2012
  • FHA PAGE - Changes in FHA guidelines may affect your
  • CIOA PAGE - July 1, 2010 - Revisions to Common Interest Ownership Act (CIOA) will apply to every condominium, cooperative, and planned community in the state, regardless of when it was created, beginning on July 1, 2010.

Find ANSWERS to Common Community Association Questions

What is a community association?

What laws govern a community association?

What to know before you buy!

What Best Practices may be used to strengthen constructive participation in the governance of associations?

How do we ensure that community association assets are protected?

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Please Note: The Connecticut Chapter of CAI is not able to assist with legal questions.  The CAI-CT staff and officers cannot respond to any requests for legal advice or the application of any law to specific facts.  To understand and protect your legal rights, you should consult the lawyer of your choice regarding legal questions.  We suggest that you consult an attorney who specializes in community association law.