The HOA Annual Meeting

Almost all homeowners associations in Utah are organized as non-profit corporations, and as such, Utah law requires such associations to hold at least one membership meeting per year. UCA 16-6a-701. This meeting is commonly referred to as the annual meeting. Associations oftentimes hold multiple meetings throughout the year. The annual meeting, however, is specifically required by statute, and it provides an association’s members the opportunity to receive a recap of the association’s activities from the preceding year, as well as a snap shot of the association’s activities for the upcoming year.   Read the article…………..


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