Should a board member of a condo association sign an indemnity agreement?

Answer This answer depends totally upon your unique situation. Best practices indicate that you work with your association's attorney to decide how to proceed.

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President of the board non board member blocked changed post office box and bank account from acting board voted manager of condo association what can we do?

That depends on who 'we' might be. From your question, it's unclear who's a non-board member, and who's the manager, and who is 'we'.If you are other members of the board, you can enlist the suppor... Read More »

Can a member of the home owners association who has a business contract with the association hold office as a board member or architectural review chairperson?

If the member has a business relationship with the HOA, then a conflict of interest would be raised by that member being on the board in any position.

Is it against the laws of privacy for a condo board member to disclose at member meeting someones payment history of condo fees also if they are current or not?

Generally, it would be appropriate to discuss past due condo fees and who owes them at a member meeting. However, you should review all the condominium documents to determine if that action is spec... Read More »

If you do not pay your condo dues are you still a condo association member?

Yes. Your membership in your condominium association, which is the business chartered with the tasks involved with 'protecting, preserving and maintaining' the real estate assets you own in common... Read More »