A Breakdown of Arizona HOA Fiduciary Law

In the HOA management industry, we often run into board members who not only don’t understand a law, but don’t even know it existed in the first place. Sure, most have a basic idea of what they can or can’t do and why they can or can’t do it; but, as a result of a lack of a bar to entry in the board member field, it is a very common occurrence to run into board members who implement actions without realizing they are breaking a law.     Read more………

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