Can board have executive meetings without posting them or keeping minutes?

Q: We are an HOA and our Board is constantly holding, what they call, executive meetings with all Board members present. These meetings are never posted. They transact business at these meetings and don’t keep minutes. These meetings also do not have anything to do with legal issues and the association lawyer does not attend. Under the Sunshine Laws are these meetings legal? Do members have the right to attend these meetings?    Read the Q&A……………..

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