I presume the question intends to ask what happens if there is not a quorum at the meeting (counting any allowed proxies). The answer may lie in the Association’s Governing Documents. It is not uncommon for there to be a provision that if a quorum is not met, the meeting is to be continued to […]Read Answers
My attached townhome is one of the 2 middle units in a row of 4. When our HOA hired some dryer vent cleaners it was discovered my unit never had an exterior vent hole for the dryer. Who is responsible for this repair?
At the risk of sounding like a lawyer, that depends: 1. The Developer should have installed one. If your unit is more than 10 years old, the Developer cannot be held accountable because the statute of repose has been exceeded. If it is less than 10 years old, you should make a claim with/against the […]Read Answers
I am an officer of our HOA. My compensation for performing my duties is that I get my monthly dues of $288 waived. Do I owe fed and state taxes on the amount waived?
Let me start with the unasked question: can an officer (or Board member) in a condo or homeowners’ association in PA be compensated for those duties? The answer under applicable state law is NO. Board members (and officers) may be reimbursed for expenses incurred in performance of their official duties – such as mileage, supplies, […]Read Answers