Monthly Archives: August 2010

Owners can beat HOAs if their rights are being violated and here’s proof…

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A recent lawsuit that took place in the Tampa Bay area proves that home owners can defeat their HOA in a lawsuit if their legal rights are being violated.  It sounds as if this community got some bad advice, although … Continue reading

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How To Run a Successful Condo or HOA Board Meeting, Part 4–Trust Your Judgment

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Our last How To Series tip for running a successful SOC board meeting addresses trusting your judgment as a leader. Edmund Burke, a famous Irish politician, once said that “Your representative owes you not his industry only, but his judgment; and … Continue reading

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How to Run a Successful Condo or HOA Board Meeting, Part 3–Embrace your Inner Exhibitionist (Do it in the Open)

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Today’s Board Meeting Tip–Embrace your Inner Exhibitionist (Do it in the Open) This How To tip for holding more effective and productive SOC board meetings discusses transparency and openness. My advice is to Embrace your Inner Exhibitionist (Do it in … Continue reading

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