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Question: At our Condominium Association, how do we know whether we need a review or an audit for our year-end financial... Read More ⇒
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Question: A couple of Board members resigned last year because they were angry about a Board decision. Now, they are run... Read More ⇒
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Question: If a community or homeowner's association member doesn’t vote at all, does that count as a “no” vote? ... Read More ⇒
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