SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Chapter of the Community Associations Institute will host an instructive luncheon seminar on Senate Bill 167, which significantly changed the Utah Community Association laws that govern condominium and homeowners associations in Utah on Friday, Sept. 2 at 11:30 a.m.

Senate Bill 167, which focused primarily on insurance-related issues, contained several other provisions that will affect all community associations in Utah. The luncheon, to be held at the Cottonwood Country Club, will introduce attendees not only to the law itself, but to the Utah Chapter of the Community Asssociations Institute.

The UCCAI serves the educational, business and networking needs of community associations throughout Utah. Members include condominium, town home and single-family HOAs, as well as those who provide services to those associations.

The chapter and its members are advocates for the approximately 3,500 Utah community associations in Utah and the estimated 350,000 households that reside in those associations.

The Cottonwood Country Club is located at 1780 East Lakewood Drive in Holladay. Registration for the seminar is $40 for non-members; $25 for members.

More information on the seminar and about the Utah Chapter of the Community Associations Institute is available at www.uccai.com.

A limited number of sponsored registrations is available by calling Hobbs & Olson at 801-519-2555.

Lincoln W. Hobbs is an attorney practicing primarily real estate law in the states of Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. Lincoln regularly posts on community association law issues at www.utahcondolaw.com; his law firm web site is www.haolaw.com.