Question: At the first meeting of the new board of directors of our homeowners’ association, there was concern about approving minutes of the last meeting of the prior board. Because the new members were not on the old board, they were hesitant to approve the minutes. Should the new board approve those minutes? (C.S. by… Continue Reading
Question: I live in a homeowners’ association. The board of directors has historically held a budget workshop with only the chief financial officer of the management company and two of the five directors present. The association is governed by a five member board, so that board argues that because a quorum is not present, they… Continue Reading
Given the significant percentage of Floridians living in all types of shared ownership communities, it is not surprising that each year we see at least a handful of bills pass which directly or indirectly impact those private residential communities and one primary association bill which contains both substantive changes and technical fixes needed to address… Continue Reading
Anytime a quorum of the Board of Directors of a condominium meet to discuss association business—it is a meeting— and there are procedural requirements that apply.