The Quorum Requirement: A Creative Solution to Getting Stuff Done

“Welcome, Ladies and Gentlemen to our owner’s association meeting. Unfortunately, we didn’t make the quorum requirement to vote on anything tonight, so we’ll need to reconvene this meeting for a later date. Sorry.”  Sound familiar? Lamentably this scenario is more frequently a reality than a hypothetical for many community associations. If you’ve ever served on or worked with an association board or management committee, you know all too well the crippling effect quorum requirements can be to getting things voted on in special or annual association meetings.  Read the article…………..


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