An HOA Board’s Fiduciary Duty: The Key to Avoid Conflicts of Interest

In general terms, fiduciary duty is the highest standard of care imposed under law, and it occurs when one or more persons are responsible for the money or property of another. The fiduciary is expected to be honest, free from fraud and faithful to his or her obligations.   Read the article………….


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