“YAY! I’m on the Board!” or, “OMG, What Did I Get Myself Into?”

Boards serve a necessary function in any corporation, and especially within a homeowners association. It would be impossible for an association to function without one. In an association, the buck ultimately stops with the board. The board is elected by the members of the association to accomplish the tasks required of an association by the governing documents. Volunteer board members are accountable to the association itself, as well as to the owners within the community. Read More……


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