All condominium associations have directors and officers, but the roles of directors versus officers are often misunderstood. 

Directors are elected by the owners. The board of directors (the "board") is responsible for the operations and management of the association and all of the property. As a board, directors make all the decisions necessary to operate the association. 

Officers are generally elected by directors, from among the board of directors. The officers don't make decisions, but they do have specific responsibilities. The Condominium Property Act and the Common Interest Community Association Act require that each association must have a president, a secretary, and a treasurer. Some bylaws may provide for other officers, such as a vice-president or an assistant secretary. 

To learn more about the differences between Directors and Officers, click here.

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