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Does a Lack of Formality in an HOA Board Meeting Invalidate any Actions Taken by the Board?

Quick Question: If a board meeting is never called to order, are the actions voted on relevant? Quick Answer: A lack of formality does not automatically void out the business of the meeting. Expanded Answer:  The safest bet for any Board is to use decorum, some form of parliamentary procedure (there several simple guides on […]

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How Do You Determine What is Common Area in an HOA or Condo Association?

How Do You Find Out What is Common Area in an HOA or Condo Association? A reader asks: “Where in the Civil Code can you find a definition for Common Area?” Well, there’s this definition in the Davis Stirling Act: “4095. “Common Area” (a) “Common area” means the entire common interest development except the separate interests […]

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