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Save the dateOctober 27, 202211:15 AM - 1:00 PM (GMT-7) Add to Calendar
Venue Location
Venue Location

Spanish Hills Country Club

999 Crestview Avenue
Camarillo, California

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Event Details
Event Details

Enter if you dare! Join us for this luncheon program featuring halloween-themed booths, give-a-ways, and a spooktacular educational program! The program will be presented by industry attorneys who will cover terrifying topics that can sometimes be frighteningly controversial! Beware – one of them will be playing "The Devil's Advocate!"

The terrifying topics include:

  • Neighbor-to-neighbor disputes
  • Reasonable accommodations
  • Architectural requests gone wrong
  • Board negligence
  • Political signs and free speech

CAI-Channel Islands Chapter's Annual Meeting will be held at 11:45 am, prior to the educational program.

  • Sean Allen, Esq. (Roseman Law, APC)

    Sean Allen, Esq.

    Roseman Law, APC

  • Lisa Tashjian, Esq., CCAL (Beaumont Tashjian)

    Lisa Tashjian, Esq., CCAL

    Beaumont Tashjian

Sponsors and Partners
Sponsors and Partners
Registration Info
Registration Info

FOR HOA BOARD MEMBERS & HOMEOWNERS, register as a "homeowner leader". If you would like us to invoice your association for your registration, select "check" as the payment type on the registration form. Thank you!

Chapter Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel, please do so at least 7 days prior to this event. Any cancellations within 7 days, will be charged the registration fee.


Homeowner Leader Member LUNCHEON Registration

For HOA board members and homeowners who are members of CAI-Channel Islands Chapter.


Homeowner Leader Non-Member LUNCHEON Registration

For HOA board members and homeowners (non-members) - Join CAI to receive the discounted rate!


Community Manager Member LUNCHEON Registration


Community Manager Non-member LUNCHEON Registration


Business Partner Member LUNCHEON Registration


Business Partner Non-Member LUNCHEON Registration

Chapter Policies
Chapter Policies

CAI-Channel Islands Chapter has the following policies in place to encourage a respectful networking experience for everyone. If you have any questions, please contact Executive Director, Leah Ross at 805-658-1438 or email

CAI-Channel Islands Chapter No Suitcasing Policy

CAI – Channel Islands Chapter relies on the generosity of its sponsors and exhibitors, and in return strictly prohibits companies or individuals not registered as sponsors or exhibitors of a chapter event from soliciting sales or sales leads, offering or promoting goods or services at that event, or soliciting participants for their company's social activities. Non-exhibiting business partners may exchange their business cards only when asked. 

Those violating this policy will receive an initial warning.  If any further violation occurs, the violator may be charged the exhibitor sponsorship rate for that event in question, and/or the Executive Committee may take additional actions available to the Chapter, as it deems appropriate.

CAI-Channel Islands Chapter Member Professionalism Policy

CAI – Channel Islands Chapter operates upon mutual respect and professionalism among its members, and therefore has the following guidelines in place to promote the highest level of professional conduct and ethical behavior among its members.

  • The Chapter prohibits companies or individuals soliciting event attendees for their own or their company's employment or competing social activities, but does not prohibit an attendee from providing a business card to an individual who requests one.
  • The Chapter prohibits conduct by individuals toward others that could be reasonably interpreted by the recipient, or by the Chapter, as constituting unwelcome physical conduct, verbal conduct, or sexual harassment.

Violators of this policy will receive an initial warning. If the offending behavior reoccurs after a warning has been issued, the Executive Committee may take additional actions available to the Chapter as it deems appropriate, which may include, but is not limited to the ability to attend chapter events and if applicable, a formal complaint submitted to the CAI-National Designation Ethics Committee.