Condo Culture: Redacted minutes may limit conflicts

Q. I requested and received a copy of the minutes of our board meeting. However, I noticed there has been some items blacked out so I cannot read them. Can I not read complaints or issues that are discussed regarding other owners? What about motions that are made or decisions reached? I find my copy of the minutes is not very helpful because there is very little information due to so much blacking out. Is this normal procedure?     Read the Q&A………….


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