Your condo docs probably do not specify that interviews have to be conducted in person, he can do it over the phone. However, docs probably do specify very clearly that condo officers will not be paid except if it is a service for which payment is agreed upon in advance.
He cant be paid. If he can't perform his job properly he should step down and the other board members should say so, for the betterment of the board and condo assoc.
From the facts presented it appears the president has abrogated some of the past responsibilities he has assumed as part of his office. I agree that interviews can be done by teleconference at reasonable rates without the pres. being face to face with a new occupant. It somewhat apparent your president is really not interested in performing that facet of his office. If is mandated as an official duty, that person might consider resigning and /or do a delegation of duty.
in the state of florida, is not valid to vote by proxi in an election.If the court receiver bring 231 proxis, that they and the lawyer let him used as vote.wont that election should be declare not valid?
There are distinctions in Florida. Limited proxies can be used in elections.There are questions about the use of general proxies in some voting.
The president shouldn't be paid!
But this whole question is a moot point. If the board has an issue with president being remote all you have to do is to take a vote and elect a new president. It's up to the board to decide. He can stay a board member, but not be a president. I would think that it makes for a president to be local.
By "new residents", do you mean renters? And by "interview" do you mean judge their aptness as renters or is it a "welcome to our complex and here are the rules"? If the former, then does the POA have the responsibility to "manage" renters? In our POA, owners find their renters and act as the manager of their individual unit. The POA contacts the owner, not the renter, if a problem arises.
As POA president, I wouldn't want the responsibility of interviewing new residents either in person or remotely although it would be nice if owners kept the POA apprised of who was living in their units.
You do not say from which state you are from. Nor how many board members there are. Are you running the assoc. yourself or with a management service?
I say get all the members together and take a vote has to whether he stays or not. If a management service is your key to paying your bills, etc. etc. then talk with them and express your unhappiness that he is doing this, otherwise check your by laws and see what it says about electing a new president.Also most by laws state no go and members get paid. He is just the president, and you the members can vote him out, if someone else steps up to the plate. See when the annual meeting is and call for the voting to be done then. He must follow thru on that. But you will need someone strong to run against him.
So who says he hasto continue to be the Pres.? The BOD should get together and elect a new Pres. since he no longer lives on the premises and won't be able to perform his duties as Pres. Frankly, this is a no-brainer!!
Non-resident owners should not serve on the board! We added a by-law to our governing docs that stipulates that you must be a resident owner to serve on the board. We do our very best to maintain the wonderful 'quality of life' we have in our one-building, 26 unit complex. A non-resident owner would be out of touch, and, perhaps, a bit too nonchalant to issues that don't apply their residence. Yes, the BOD makes many financial and other decisions, but they also make many decisions that directly affect all the residents of the building, both resident owners and tentans in rental units, and we really feel that you should be a resident to take part in those decisions.
Regarding renters, we have found amazing things happen just simply by asking, "What do you think?" We actually allow renters to attend the open discussion of our meetings because they often have wonderful ideas that we have greatly benefited from. Being open and welcoming to tenants has had the great benefit of them feeling included and respected and they, in turn, have shown their appreciation by being great members of our little community. We have great tenants and very little turnover in our rentals, so both resident and non-resident owners have benefitted from this 'inclusive culture' we've established.
You and your fellow board members are to be commended for this very healthy attitude toward renters. I've heard so many board members refer to renters, more or less, as the scum of the earth. Forgetting that they were most likely at one time a renter themselves. Many also feel that renters do not care about taking care of the property. I've found many homeowners in that category also!
Keep up the good work!
My question is who will pay him? Is it to come out of the fees the owners pay? Well, it is nice to interview renters and it makes them feel important.I just do not see charging for it. If it is coming out of the condo fees the owners pay they have to agree to the paid interviews.
I am usually the one to interview new renters as the majority of our population speak Spanish only.I would never dream of charging.
Every complex is different. I understand that.I make sure that I attend to the needs of the tenants and when things break I know who to call.I always take the time to talk to tenants and see how they are.It is a rewarding job. But I still want to know who is going to pay this man for doing interviews?And how much he wants to get paid. Also why just because he rented out his unit does that entitle him to get paid for interviews?
In answer to your question, the assn. would pay as it would be an operating expense and the members do not have to vote on it. The members do not have the right to vote on every expenditure the BOD makes even if it was not in the budget. Having said that, I do not agree that the Pres. should be paid for interviewing the new renter even if he no longer lives on the property. As I said in an earlier msg, IMO, he should no longer be the Pres. if he is no longer able to carry out his duties. If the BOD caves into his request to be paid for this I can see him wanting to be paid for everything he does as a board Pres. or member.
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