Homeowners Have the Right to Inspect and Copy Official Records of the Association

Question: I recently sent my homeowners’ association a certified letter listing out five disagreements/questions I had about decisions made by the board. The president wrote back by e-mail and said that they would not answer my questions or address my concerns, but I could inspect the records of the association at my convenience. This is unacceptable. I asked them for answers. Can they legally ignore me?   Read the Q&A………….


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