HOA Bylaws by the Book

As an HOA manager, you know one thing for sure. Getting things in writing (translation: iron-clad legalese) is essential. Since your HOA bylaws serve as your governing course of action — and your go-to procedure manual — it’s pretty important for them to be clearly understood and closely followed. Aye, but here’s the rub: homeowners (even board members) tend to get confused between bylaws and other governing documents. So let’s clarify the difference.    Read the article…………….


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