Can a Board Member be Excluded From an Executive Session? (WA)

The Washington Court of Appeals upheld a ruling that a homeowners association director who is opposing the board on an issue and is likely to file a lawsuit against the association is not entitled to legal advice from the association’s attorney, nor is the adverse board member entitled to attend board meetings where the issue will be discussed.  Read the article………….


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