Probe underscores need for good record-keeping (ON)

Taking minutes for condo board meetings is a task that not everybody enjoys, but one that needs to be done in order to meet Condominium Act requirements. As most board members and managers understand, minutes serve to protect unit owners, the board and serve as a reference for decisions previously made and actions that need to be taken. A good set of minutes is typically concise, articulate and covers what was done at a meeting, not what was said.    Read the article…………….


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