HOA board cannot force neighbors to talk

Q: If a homeowners association member has a complaint against another homeowner, and the offending homeowner refuses to discuss the issue, can the complaining homeowner appeal to the HOA board to arrange a meeting between the two parties.  If a request is made to the board for a meeting, is it obligated to arrange such a meeting? And further, must the offending homeowner attend the meeting?     Read the Q&A…………….


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