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Remote Board Meetings Questioned

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Q: Can the board of a homeowners’ association hold “Zoom only” meetings and not permit Owners to attend? (M.M., via e-mail)

A: Subject to certain exceptions, I do not believe a board can circumvent the “sunshine laws” by using “remote only” meetings.

There are exceptions in the law which permit board meetings to be closed. These situations are limited to meetings with legal counsel regarding pending or proposed litigation and meetings regarding “personnel matters.” If these issues are addressed in a properly closed meeting, I see no issues with the meeting being completely remote as long as all directors are agreeable.

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