What’s So Special About Special Meetings? A Brief Look Into Special Meetings of Property Owner Associations

All North Carolina property owner associations are required by law to have regular meetings of the Board of Directors (“Board”) and at least one annual membership meeting to discuss and transact certain association business. But what about those items that arise months before or after the annual membership meeting? Or the rare emergency situation? Luckily, the law allows “special meetings” of both a Board and the membership to be called in certain circumstances.     Read the article…………..


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