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Paralegal II The candidate will focus on supporting the day to day operations of the various resorts and internal business teams associated with owner services, operations, association governance, finance and accounting. Involves extensive document review and analysis, legal research, preparation of agreements, memoranda, summaries, and matrices, daily contact and interaction with business clients, both at corporate and in the field and other tasks requiring substantial knowledge of the subject matter relative to MVCI's operational business. Draft legal correspondence and memoranda for attorney review; once reviewed, revise, distribute, and transmit legal correspondence and memoranda. Conduct legal research in condominium and other project documents, statutory law and other sources as required for support of multiple properties in a variety of jurisdictions. Review and analyze condominium maps for resort projects. Research, analyze and prepare corporate documents and amendments such as bylaws, rules and regulations. Prepare summaries of important project documents. Engage in due diligence associated with dispositions, turnover, or as may otherwise be required. Assist in the preparation of license agreements, easements, leases and other operations related agreements. Draft standard service agreements for the maintenance, activities, ancillary businesses, refurbishments and other services required for day to day operations. Review proposed and enacted legislative bills that may impact operations and internal business teams. Assist in providing support to association governance, loss prevention, owner services, risk management, food and beverage, activities, engineering and other business partners to resolve issues which arise. Coordinate with registration and development teams regarding updates and amendments to key documents. Engage in and assist with creation and updates of processes to enhance utilization of resources within resort operations. Assist in preparation of license applications, including liquor licensing and any business licenses.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have Four-year college degree or equivalent qualifying work experience with an excellent employment record. Should preferably have knowledge of legal research technology. Knowledge of vacation ownership/timeshare industry is a plus. Certificate from a paralegal program is desired. Experience as an in-house law department paralegal or equivalent experience in a law firm is a plus. Real estate and/or corporate experience is preferred. Experience in reading and writing legal Spanis is helpful.
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