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By CondoAssociation.com • July 31, 2019

Florida HOA financials posted to website without board approval

In Florida a statute was passed that any condo association with more than 150 units must have a website to post documents, reports and other info. Our association is one of those. Our board does not have meetings from May thru September. However, financial reports by the new treasurer have been posted on the website since May. How can these reports be posted when they were not approved by the board because of not having meetings? The minutes of the meetings are never posted until after they are approved by the board at the next month's meeting so why would financial reports be posted without approval?

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