Community Update – September 2020

Community Update – September 2020

Can you believe it’s autumn already? National and local elections are fast approaching and the chatter about whether or not political signs should be permitted in private residential communities is building. We delve into this issue as well as discuss how to keep your HOA director elections, which are also on the horizon, from turning into the “Wild Wild West.” To round out our election coverage, make sure to register for an upcoming BeckerBALLOT webinar and learn how you can implement online voting in your community!

Can HOAs continue with their “practice” of employing a two-notice, condominium-esque election, despite any lack of language in their governing documents permitting same? Find out in  “Director Elections in HOAs (i.e. Welcome to the Wild, Wild West).”

Condominium living has its advantages and challenges – one such challenge is often parking. “Phony Parking Violation Letters in Condominiums,” discusses this nuisance.

Should an association be concerned about the actions of its volunteers? Find out in “Is a Community Association Responsible for the Acts of its Volunteers?”

Understanding application of statutes is at the heart of  “THIS CASE: Tahiti Beach Homeowners Association, Inc. v. Pfeffer.”