COVID-19 and shelter-in-place orders have had a huge impact on association and management company operations. Boards should promptly enact Emergency Rules to deal with some of those impacts.
Emergency Rules are those adopted by the board without the normally required 28-day member comment period. They are permitted to address an imminent safety threat or substantial economic loss. They can last up to 120 days. If renewed, the 28-day member comment requirement applies. Emergency Rules can be adopted at any open board meeting or, as may be necessary and appropriate, by emergency meeting conducted by email.
In Other Words, Emergency Rules Have More Weight and Authority Than Resolutions!
The cost of the Rules is reasonable and the turn-around fast. Let us know if we can help.
Once primarily an economic problem, hidden damage has become a much more severe problema matter of life and death.
California COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, let us help guide your Board as you weigh your options and move forward.
Effective in 2020 and 2021, Davis-Stirling CID Act Amendments affecting association operations.
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