Business Judgment Rule Doesn’t Apply When the Board Acts Outside its Authority

Is an HOA Board of Directors (“Board”) entitled to protection under the Business Judgment Rule (“BJR”) when it applies an unambiguous view restriction contained in the governing documents in a manner other than written?    Read the article…………….


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