Quorum not needed at annual meeting of unit owners.

Q. Must a quorum of the board members be present at the annual meeting of the unit owners?

A. A quorum of the board is not necessary at any meeting of the unit owners; after all it’s a meeting of the owners, not of the board. The president of the board presides over meetings of the unit owners, and is the only board member required to be at an owner’s meeting. Of course, a quorum of the board must be present at a board meeting.      Read the Q&A…………..


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