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Because I Said So, That’s Why!

For those of you who have served, or currently serve on a board of directors or an architectural review committee, have you ever felt like the evil parent telling your child “no”? No matter how you put it, the child continues to argue that he/she should be able to carry out the “forbidden” activity, until everything comes to a head and the child is sent off to his/her room.

Unfortunately, when it comes to the architectural review process for associations, resolution of a dispute is not as easy as putting your foot down and sending an owner to his/her room. To the contrary, the architectural process is closely scrutinized by courts and owners in the communities.  Therefore, before denying (or approving) a request, it is imperative that the architectural review committee dot its i’s and cross its t’s.

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Meeting Moment–Amending Minutes

The first action item on most owners’ meeting agendas is approving the minutes of the last owners’ meeting.  Let’s say that -- as usual -- you have an ambitious agenda, with many action items and a limited time in which to get through them all.  But when the secretary moves to approve last year’s...

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Code of Ethics

Our Code of Ethics

At Community Association Management, we are focused on providing superior service with definitive results that ensure success and longevity for our communities.  That’s why we have adopted a code of ethics to ensure our success:

  • Comply with current bylaws, standards and practices as may be established from time to time...

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