The Meaning of Quorum

Most community association bylaws state a specific quorum requirement for owner or membership meetings. The purpose of a quorum is to avoid binding owners to decisions made by an unrepresentatively small number of individuals. Simply put, quorum is the minimum number of members or owners required to conduct business at a meeting. That minimum number may be a percentage of owners or a specific, fixed number of owners.   Read the article……….


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