Arizona Self Storage Association Hosts Legal Workshop in Yuma, Jan. 25

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On Jan. 25 the Arizona Self Storage Association (AZSSA) will host a regional workshop in Yuma focusing on changes in the state’s self-storage statute. Free for all AZSSA members, the workshop will take place 6:30-8:30 at the Clarion Inn Suites on 4th Avenue. The cost for non-members is $15. Snacks and beverages will be served.

Attorney Richard Marmor, the chair of the AZSSA Legal & Legislative Subcommittee and the association’s lobbyist at the Arizona legislature, will talk about the new law that went into effect on July 28, requiring a change in all leases for Arizona self-storage facilities. He’ll address the specific changes that must be made, what AZSSA has done to help operators make the transition, and details of the new law such as how to take advantage of e-mail for some lien notices and new options for disposing of “protected property” such as documents, alcohol, guns and more.

Marmor is president of Arbour Development Co., through which he operates two Phoenix self-storage facilities. In the self-storage business since 1982, Marmor also works as a consultant to other storage operators. He served three years as AZSSA’s founding president.

The Yuma workshop is open to all Arizona self-storage owners, managers and vendors. To register, contact Mike Perry, the AZSSA district liaison for Yuma, at mnmperry@aol.com or 928.314.0680.

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