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Association Board Members Should Keep Meeting Minutes

Posted in Fiduciary Duty of Board of Directors, Meetings, Reader Q&A

Question:   In our condominium association, prior to our board meetings, we post notice of an “agenda meeting.”  The purpose of this meeting is to plan the agenda for an upcoming board meeting, notice of which is then timely posted. Notice of the agenda meeting is posted and the meeting is open to owners to attend…. Continue Reading

Condo Board Has Control of Meeting Minutes

Posted in Reader Q&A

The purpose of meeting minutes is to record what was done, not what was said. The condominium law (as well as the law governing homeowners’ associations) requires minutes of board minutes to be kept for seven years, as part of the official records of the association