Open Board Meetings are not required by Ohio Law, but may be required under the Organizational Documents
Homeowners elect board members at the annual meeting, who are then responsible for making comprehensive business decisions for the association, such as setting the annual operating budget, entering into contracts, promulgating rules, and enforcing restrictive covenants. Because the board has extensive decision making power over the association, owners want to (and also mistakenly believe in an absolute right to) attend the board meetings to observe the decision making process, inspect the documents, and provide input. Read the article…………..
As Part 2 of my column discussing legislative and case law updates, this one will be devoted to amendments to
Architects Beware: It is Now Settled That the Principal Architect Owes a Duty of Care to Third Party Purchasers for Negligent Design (CA)
In Beacon Residential Community Association v. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, the California Supreme Court held that architects and engineers
A recent Illinois Appellate Court decision has brought to the forefront the ongoing dispute between foreclosure sale purchasers—usually mortgagees—and homeowners