Last November, a letter was received in the management office from an attorney, claiming to represent several owners in our association, who wanted nothing more than a closed meeting with the Board.
When management does "walk-hroughs" of a property, should they only be looking for what needs repairs, or should they also look for violations?
A client told me that her condo association intends to charge her, and other unit owners who rent, for seasonal security; only those who rent out their units, not unit owners of primary and 2nd homes.
If work is done in a building that requires a special assessment, are the owners entitled to see a breakdown of "all" costs?
We have several units that are vacant. Winterization letters have been mailed with a requested 30 day response time,
I was harrassed by my condo association in Maryland. At one point, they broke into my home and changed the locks on my front door.