When it comes to best practices for any Board member or Association leader, it is important to remember COMMUNITY.

C- Communication. Boards should be communicative and transparent with association residents.

O- Organization. The Board should ensure that all Association records comply with Illinois law.

M- Mindfulness. As elected, volunteer officials, the Board should keep in mind their responsibilities, but also, their limitations.

M- Money. The Board should stick to a budget and set aside reserve funds.

U- Updates. To avoid legal trouble, Associations should abide by any changes to laws governing condominium and homeowner associations.

N - Needs. An attorney should review vendor contracts to ensure legal protection.

I - Involvement. To be most effective, the Board should include everyone and assign responsibilities.

T- Thorough. The Board should have a complete understanding of the Association’s governing documents.

Y- You’ve got this. The Board should be unified to instill confidence.

To learn more, view the full article by Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit attorney Ryan Shpritz here.

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