3 Steps an HOA Board Can Take to Resolve Disputes in the Association

A homeowners association and its members disagree from time to time. The HOA board must provide the homeowner an opportunity to meet and confer with the board. Members must be provided with a fair, reasonable and expeditious procedure for resolving disputes with the Association without being charged a fee. The process is referred to as “Internal Dispute Resolution” (IDR).    Read the article…………


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