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Is a Condominium in Maryland REQUIRED to have a Secretary to take minutes of meeting - such as an Annual Election Meeting - and if there isn't one present, are actions voted on invalid if you see what I mean.

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I am board president. Our property manager took it upon herself to contact our attorney, before the board even knew of this letter.

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Size of parking spots

By CondoAssociation.com • February 11, 2016

Is there a condo law about the size of parking spaces in the condominium parking lot?

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When management does "walk-hroughs" of a property, should they only be looking for what needs repairs, or should they also look for violations?

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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.

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If work is done in a building that requires a special assessment, are the owners entitled to see a breakdown of "all" costs?

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May we legally use "right to enter" if we do not get responses? We are trying very hard to avoid cold weather damages,

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I tried to file charges, but because the locksmith did not identify himself and I don't know his name, but I was told I have no recourse. True?

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Is there a new law in MD that prohibits associations from restricting access by delinquent owners to pool and parking ?

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When management does "walk throughs" of property, should they only look for what needs repairs, or should they also look for violations?

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