What is a quorum in a condominium?

Answer From Wikipedia, the definition of a quorum is: "A quorum is the minimum number of members of a deliberative assembly (a body that uses parliamentary procedure, such as a legislature) necessary to c... Read More »

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What is a quorum drive?

The quorum drive is a physical drive created for Windows Clusters. It updates on a regular basis and contains crucial information about the state of the cluster, which are independent computer syst... Read More »

What are the consiquences of a Condominium Association putting a lien on your condominium home in Ohio?

If Ohio is like most other states, the recorded lien effectively clouds your title, so when you attempt to sell the unit, the lien shows up in the title search. As owner, the lien may also appear o... Read More »

What is the difference between a condominium unit and a condominium phase?

A condominium unit is a single unit in a condominium project, whether residential or commercial. A condominium phase is a development period, during which a developer builds, finishes and/or sells... Read More »

What constitutes a quorum to conduct business at a meeting?

A quorum is the minimum number of members needed at a meeting to conduct the business of the organization. Any democratic organization that follows the rules of parliamentary procedure is required ... Read More »