In a community association, who’s actually in charge?

It takes a village to run a community association.  This village typically is composed of an elected board and its officers, unit owners, perhaps a few committees and a hired manager. Each one has roles to play and responsibilities to carry out for the good of the association.  Some roles and responsibilities are defined by governing documents, such as the association’s declaration or the Illinois Condominium Property Act. Others are specified in a management contract, and still others may be carried out by custom or preference    Read the article………….


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