Court Holds That Associations Must Provide Equal Access To Association Media and Common Area For Members To Advocate Their Positions As Part Of The Balloting Process

Every board of directors for every condo or homeowners association has been there; the board wants to do something that it should be “obvious” that the association needs, such as a needed capital improvement to the common area, or an important amendment to the CC&Rs, but cannot muster up the required amount of homeowner votes to approve this “obvious” need.  Read More……


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