Board powers are broad powers

In an earlier column, I explained the occasional problem of a board whose powers have gone to its collective head and turned into a rogue board. But that’s a bit unfair because the vast majority of boards are well intentioned, well operated administrative bodies filled with volunteers who work really hard to make their place and your place a nice place to live with a fair condominium fee. But what exactly can boards do and where do they get their powers?   Read the article………..


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