Upholding Your Fiduciary Duty: Transparency is the Best Path for Boards

Being on the board of a co-op or condo is a big responsibility— one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. While some people may run for a board seat just to have the title, they need to be prepared to govern fairly and make decisions that are in the best interest of the community as a whole.   Read the article………….


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