Attending a condo meeting via speakerphone is just fine in the eyes of the law

Q:  I live in a condominium association and a few of our board members are “snowbirds” (they reside in Florida for approximately six months a year). For board meetings, these board members call into the meeting on a speakerphone so they are able to hear board member discussion and unit owners attending the board meeting can hear them. Is this allowed under Illinois law?     Read the Q&A…………


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