Conflicting Interests Lead To Disputes That Erupt At HOA Meetings

“O brave new world that has such people in it!” These immortal words from Shakespeare’s The Tempest aptly describe homeowner associations. Conflicting interests can lead to disputes that erupt at meetings. To control such outlandish behavior, HOA meetings are well served by using a parliamentary procedure such as Robert’s Rules of Order which allow a presiding officer to turn a long and confrontational meeting into a short and less painful one.     Read the article…………….


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