Question: Our documents require the property manager to obtain a key to each unit. A unit owner recently passed away, and a family member asked if we could let them into the unit to collect some belongings. Should we open the unit for them with our key?
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Last month, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments about a little girl and her goldendoodle service dog named Wonder. The question was about the options open to 12-year-old Ehlena Fry and her parents when their Michigan school district denied their request to allow Wonder to go to class with Ehlena.
As some of you are aware, House Bill 390 became effective on September 28, 2016. Many of the changes will be beneficial to community associations by providing potential expedited processes in several aspects of a foreclosure action.
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Question: We have had some fairly heated meetings because of a specific owner who is often confrontational and has tried to start fights. Can we hire private security at our next annual meeting and charge the cost of the security back to the problem owner?
It may be difficult to believe, but the Holiday Season is right around the corner. With the holidays coming up, owners will be adorning their homes, lawns, balconies, and patios with holiday decorations
As volunteer Board Members for your Association, we realize many of you have never dealt with analyzing financial reports, collecting money owed, following guidelines set forth in governing documents, or any of the numerous other duties and tasks Board Members are called upon to complete.
It happens to all Board Members: you volunteer to be on your Association’s Board, and after a few years of devoting your time and energy to the Association, you decide that it is someone else’s turn to contribute by serving as a Board Member. But what happens when no one is willing to be a Board Member?
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