Condominium Law Group Zoom Q&A - November 29, 2023

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Today's Topics:

  • Recording fees increasing by $100 on January 1, 2024.
  • Process, considerations, and cost to become an entirely non-smoking community
  • Board discretion in spending reserves
  • Risks involved in not providing a resale certificate
  • Risks associated with Owners volunteering to work on Common Areas
  • Open meeting requirements for older associations
  • Restrictions on Boards spending reserves
  • Benefits of asphalt sealant
  • Process for being nominated to the Board
  • Increasing number of Board members
  • “Board member” vs. “Director” language
  • Role of an attorney in switching management companies
  • Association authority regarding commercial operations
  • Board discretion in enforcing Rules
  • RCWs conflicting with Governing Documents
  • Differences between types of meetings
  • Notices requirements to Owners for open Board meetings
  • 3rd parties running Board meetings
  • Owner recourse for non-compliant Board
  • Time frame to comply with meeting minutes requests
  • Owner recourse for delinquent Board member
  • Owner rights regarding access to delinquent account info
  • Board access to Association bank account
  • Board authority to determine management company responsibilities
  • Requirements for keeping Board Meeting minutes
  • Vetting contractors

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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.