Can a spouse not on the deed serve on the condo board in New York State?

Answer Your governing documents will state precisely what status is required in order to be a voting member of the association. Usually, only voting members can serve on boards.If the spouse is not a co-o... Read More »

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Can a spouse serve on the board of directors of a condominium if his name is not on the deed?

You need to review the Master Deed to determine if the Board of Directors must be comprised of property owners.

Can condo owner's spouse who is not an owner serve on board?

Read your governing documents to determine the qualifications for board membership. Usually, this is condominium ownership. If your spouse is not 'on the title' for the unit as a legal owner, make ... Read More »

For how many years can a person serve on a condo board of directors in Florida?

Regardless of the state where the property is located, the governing documents spell out the term of each board member. After a term expires, it's necessary to be re-elected, in order to continue t... Read More »

Is a seller required to supply condo rules and master deed in the State of Michigan if they are not the developer?

The governing documents for the association can give you the answer you require.Generally, owners are required to sign at the close of sale, and attest to the fact that they have received -- and pe... Read More »