On March 24, the Texas Self-Storage Association will host a legal seminar in Houston as the final part of their Storage Education Series. Created in 1986, this non-profit trade association offers many educational opportunities for its members in the state of Texas.

The legal seminar will help those in the self-storage industry learn how changes made in the recent legislative session affects their business. It is also a prime opportunity become more familiar with the procedures and forms pertinent to the industry. Those encouraged to attend this seminar include self-storage owners, managers, and developers.

More specifically, according to a press release, “This is an opportunity for self-storage professionals in Texas to acquaint themselves with the critical changes made to vehicle and boat lien sale procedures.” The TSSA’s executive director, Ginny Sutton, says that the association has seen a recent increase in calls from members about lien sales procedures. They hope this seminar will answer lingering questions about these important changes. Other topics covered will include collections, sales taxes, towing laws, court orders, meth labs, bankrupt tenants, and more.

In the last half hour of the seminar, there will be 30 minutes of an open Q&A with TSSA Legal Counsel Connie Heyer, so come equipped with your questions.

Registration is still open for the legal seminar. To sign up, call 888-259-4902 or register online. Those who attend will receive a free copy of an auction handbook that explains how to handle self-storage foreclosures step-by-step.