HOAs: What can managers spend, and should they run elections?

Q:  Should the homeowners association board conduct the election meeting, allowing the manager to assist, advise and count ballots or conduct the entire meeting? In the past, some management representatives opened and controlled the meeting, overseeing opening and counting ballots.  Also, what association financial matters should the manager be allowed to obligate money for without board approval?     Read the Q&A……………


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