Forming a Consensus in Your Homeowner Association

When it comes to decision making in homeowner associations, parliamentary procedure (Roberts Rules) is often the basis for making them. It provides a systematic and efficient way to get business done. However, parliamentary procedure is based on the democratic notion of “majority rules”. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. While the system works pretty well, there is another process for decision making called “Formal Consensus”.    Read the article……….


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