A Primer on Association Election Basics as Season is Set to Begin

With the holiday season approaching, now is the time that many condominium associations in Florida are gearing up for their annual meetings and board member elections. It is essential for the current board and property management to have a complete understanding of the condominium election process.  At least 60 days prior to date of the meeting and election, the association must mail, deliver or electronically transmit a first notice of the election to each unit owner. This first notice sets forth the date, time and location of the meeting. Those members who wish to be considered for board membership must then give written notice of their intent to run for the board to the association at least 40 days prior to the scheduled date of the election. Although not required, candidates have an additional five days to submit information sheets about themselves.     Read the article………….


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