Unsigned Bylaws and Other Docs in an HOA – Are They Valid?

To the question of whether a Board should use, enforce, or sign unsigned documents or any certification approving them, I would respond that while it is certainly not a first choice, it may be preferable to tossing out the documents altogether. In other words, the lesser of “evils” comes into play here. And caution is in order.      Read the article…………….


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