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There’s a Membership Meeting in my HOA, Where Does the Notice get Mailed?

It is commonly understood that membership meeting notices are mailed to members in addition to being conspicuously posted. The address used has historically been either the property address in the community or an alternate address provided by the members. Effective July 1, 2018 however, the address to be used takes on a new characteristic …

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Building Your Association’s Website – What to Ask and How to Make it Happen

In my last CUP article – www.MyCondoNeedsAWebsite.com – I discussed the 2017 statutory changes that require associations with 150 or more units (which do not manage a timeshare) to have websites. This month, I continue the discussion by providing some important questions to ask anyone offering to create …

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What’s New With Official Records?

The Condominium Act (“The Act”) has a catchall provision which essentially provides that “other written records” related to the operation of a condominium are considered official records of an association.  In 2017, the Act underwent some changes as it pertains to official records and these changes are important to keep in mind to avoid …

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Conflicts of Interest – Is it time for a new Code of Conduct?

It has always been the obligation of Board members to serve for the benefit of the entire community.  Doing so requires that they carry out their duties in good faith with the care of ordinarily prudent people.  To safeguard and promote the welfare of the community, The Condominium Act provides for personal liability if …

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The Association Was Served With A Writ Of Garnishment For An Employee/Vendor…Now What?

If the garnishment concerns a judgment against an employee/vendor of the Association, then the Association’s only concern is with ensuring that it is properly withholding from distribution to that employee/vendor the portion of the payment which is subject to garnishment. In other words, the Association is not responsible for disputing the validity of the …

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