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BERDING|WEIL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION ALERT
Legal News and Comments for Community Association Boards and Managers
Issue #111 • March 2015
The Significance of
Board Meeting Minutes
Community Association Video Series - Part 4
Incorporated associations are required to keep a record of their proceedings and that record is typically the minutes of board meetings. Yet the law doesn't specify exactly what minutes should include (or omit). Clear minutes serve many purposes; they can eliminate disputes, provide clarity and greatly reduce expenses if facts stated in the minutes can challenged long after the minutes were adopted.
A Property Manager's Guide to Construction Defects
New buildings can conceal extensive faults. It's a property manager's worst nightmare — rainstorms damage buildings and bring owner complaints. Is legal action necessary? With our new book, you'll learn about the resolution process for construction problems, and how to handle complex claims.
A Property Manager's Guide to Construction Defect Claims is available in the ECHO and CAI bookstores, and on Amazon.
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