Neutrality

Association boards deal with a variety of unit owner behaviors and personalities. Some are positive, some are negative, and some are downright inexplicable. This can lead to both real and perceived bias.  Regardless of the behavior or how much the board likes or dislikes an owner or their actions, the Board has an obligation to uniformly and consistently apply the association’s governing documents. A board should be neutral. It should uniformly enforce rules and other restrictions against all owners, regardless of whether they are likeable or unlikable, whether they are your mom, friend, next door neighbor, another board member, or your worst enemy.       Read the article…………..


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