My condominium board made the bylaws state that they do not need to inform homeowners of when and where meetings are held. This makes it impossible for homeowners not on the board to give input and vote. Our HOA fees have been increasing due to decisions they have been making, and we have no say. Is this legal? WA
No the statute requires notice. Hire a lawyer and demand all the records to start with.
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