Condominium Law Group Zoom Q&A - March 2, 2022

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DISCLAIMER - The discussions in this Zoom Q&A are not legal advice and cannot be used to advise any particular association (or owner) with any specific question and/or circumstances. The comments in this Zoom Q&A are intended for informational purposes only.

Today's Topics:

  • Reminder that Secretary of State will not have electronic filing available for non-profit corporate filings through end of February.
  • Revisiting COVID-related policies and protocols in light of rapid changes in circumstances. Consider adding it standing agenda for board meetings.
  • Seattle eviction moratorium expired 2/28/22.
  • Secretary of State website still down for online non-profit corporate filings.
  • Collections agencies vs. law firms.
  • Removing discriminatory language from governing documents.
  • Sending board meeting minutes to owners.
  • Pet fees?
  • Lease-back agreements & rental restrictions.
  • Audits - do we have to have one? What are the risks of not doing an audit? Can the owners vote to waive the audit requirement via email?
  • Can a board member bring an interpreter to board meetings?
  • Rules re: hard-surface flooring.
  • Can a lien be recorded for fines alone?
  • How much notice is required before enforcing new rules?
  • Liability or other considerations when allowing access to live-feeds from security cameras in common areas.
  • Different ways parking spots can be assigned to owners.