Violation Notices - Basics for Condo Board Members
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Complaints are on the rise as people spend more time at home, which means more notices of violations are being sent out. If you find yourself in this position, here is a summary of what every notice of violation should contain. 

1) Date: The day the notice is being sent/given to the unit owner

2) Method of delivery: How notice is being given to the unit owner

3) Addressee: Notice should be addressed to the legal unit owner

4) Identified notice: The notice should state it is a “NOTICE OF VIOLATION” or a “WARNING LETTER"

5) Identified alleged violation: The notice should state that the association has received a complaint and it should summarize what the complaint is about

6) Requested action: The notice should state what the unit owner needs to do

7) Additional actions the unit owner can take: The notice should state that if the unit owner disputes that they have engaged in this conduct or violated the documents, they have the right to attend a hearing with the board of directors

8) Signature of notice: The notice can be signed by the managing agent or the board of directors