Beginning on January 1, 2017, both the Common Interest Community Association Act and the Condominium Property Act will be amended. This amendment will outline the instances in which a board will be allowed to close a noticed meeting or meet separately from a noticed meeting. These instances are listed below.

  • To discuss probable or pending litigation
  • To discuss third party contracts or information regarding appointment, employment, engagement, or dismissal of an employee, independent contractor, agent or other provider of goods and services
  • To interview a potential employee, independent contractor, agent, or other provider of goods and services
  • To discuss violations of the rules and regulations of the association
  • To discuss unit owners' unpaid share of common expenses
  • To consult with the association’s legal counsel

This effectively allows for the board to discuss specific association business in workshops held without notice and without owners in attendance.

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