In most states, the directors have a fiduciary duty (the highest) to the shareholders, or in this case the owners. The owners are entitled to review the finamcial statements and the Minutes. Generally, you can hire a lawyer and sue to receve that information. In most states, the court will award you your attorneys fees if the directors were acting in bad faith.
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(Bryant) Keith Martin
Your rights are almost certainly set forth in the CC&Rs of your Condo Association.
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