The HOA board of our condo complex meets in a general meeting each quarter. All residents are notified of the meeting and minutes afterwards are disseminated to all residents and our property management company. We also meet monthly to discuss private issues of residents such as those behind in payments and resident on resident complaints and also our current vendor contracts such as gardeners etc. Our property management company is insisting on getting the minutes from the executive board meetings, we have never done that before we just informed them if there was action they needed to take from the meetings. We do not want to give them the minutes because we are discussing changing property management companies. Do we have to give the property management company our executive board minutes?
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