HOA HOMEFRONT: Documenting new rules

Q. Our board frequently adopts new rules, generally following the required process of providing 30-day notice prior to voting at an open meeting. Examples include charging deposits before issuing keys to common area entry locks and levying restrictions upon the display of holiday decorations. Another is requiring an umbrella liability insurance policy prior to approving parties in the common areas.     Read the Q&A………….


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