Can a Condominium Community Exist without a Board?

Can a Condominium Community Exist without a Board?

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Every condo association and HOA is required by law to have a board composed of unit owners. These individuals provide for the management and maintenance of the property. Associations face a critical issue when no one is willing to serve on the board. In small associations, this is a common problem. 

A functioning board is vital for governance, maintenance, and compliance. Without one, property values and infrastructure could decline, leading to unpaid bills, abandoned contracts, and jeopardized insurance.

If no volunteers come forward, the county or state might require hiring outside management, a costly and undesirable solution. The message is clear: maintaining a proactive and involved board is essential for the stability and well-being of any community association.

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