Community Associations are typically non-profit corporate entities governed by a volunteer elected Board. Substantive decisions of the Governing Board result from Board deliberations and are typically memorialized in a Board resolution. Included in the powers typically accorded a Governing Board in a Community’s Governing Documents is that which vests the Board the authority to adopt, promulgate, and enforce policy and administrative resolutions for the governance of the Community. These resolutions can address a number of Community Association issues including but not limited to; rules and regulations governing Unit Owner conduct and the utilization of the Association’s common element property; leasing protocols and procedures; pet restrictions, parking matters; collection of assessments and enforcement procedures; the levying of special assessments, etc.
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