Who should be HOA’s registered agent?

Q: I am the president of a large residential homeowners association (“HOA”) in North Carolina, and a professional management company manages our HOA. Our board of directors has been asked to approve a change in our Registered Agent (and the Registered Office) from a North Carolina law firm to our community manager and his office. Thus, the community manager and the Registered Agent would be the same person. Is this arrangement is proper, legal, or advisable?     Read the article………..


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