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Security - Doorbells and buzzers. We recently installed 4 new panels with 6 units per panel totaling 24 units. Each doorbell has a space for a label by it.

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Is it permissible according to Robert's Rules of order, for a board president to make (or second) a motion for a vote?

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Condo I move to and surrounding blds are infested in mold... Who who pays for mold remediation in condo complex?

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We live in a small condo complex of 18 buildings that were built in the 1980's when our Tennessee county had minimal code enforcement and inspection. After 36 years construction flaws have reared their ugly head and a number of unit owners are threatening to sue the HOA for the faults

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Does the developer/builder have to pay HOA fees on the 1 remaining unit not sold in a townhouse complex of 5? And if so, when does he have to start paying those fees? \?

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Is a condo board allowed to charge interest rates of 15% compounded annually on late fees just because 15% is written in the HOA rules and regulations? I believe under a certain law 25% is definitely illegal but I'm not sure about 15%. Is it recommended to pay the late fees upfront and dispute it later?

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If I have 910 lots but only 787 are occupied, do I calculate the HOA fees on the 787 occupied by leaseholders or the entire 910? I am in New York State

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Can you suggest a good source for defining "common elements"? " We need common-sense, plain-English language to clarify--especially in a historic building plagued with water issues, in many cases of unidentifiable origin.

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Our HOA is not likely to get to 100% funded any time soon per our 2019 Reserve Study, what % do most HOA Boards consider to be adequate funding using the Cash Flow Methodology ? I am going to be satisfied if we can get to and maintain 50%, but what do others feel is a comfortable % level ?

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A member of the HOA took it upon himself and cut down trees and landscaping around the pool because he did not like the look of them. Three board members live in that section of the community and turned a "blind eye" to the destruction of public property.

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