Working with an HOA/COA Lawyer Part III: Budgets and Boundaries

One of the more difficult tasks as a home owner association or condo owner association board member is to decide priorities and budgets.  You are, after all, spending not just your own dues, but you are also spending dues of non-board members who are represented by the Board but are not themselves often entitled to vote on priorities.  So the issue can be difficult, since you are at times deciding between your own personal priorities and the slightly different priorities of your neighbors.   Read More……   Part 1    Part 2 


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