Issues to Consider When Updating Governing Documents

The governing documents are essential to the successful management and financial health of an association. As a Board grows more familiar with the governing documents, it may find that some of the provisions of the documents are either too vague or too restrictive. For many older associations, some provisions may be archaic and no longer workable.     Read more……..


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