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What About A Credit For Meeting Attendance?

James Davidson
Publication date:
July 31, 2020
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the issue of apathy in condominiums and how it can hinder the ability of condominium corporations to conduct business that requires a vote of the owners. The author suggests that mandatory voting and/or mandatory participation (by owners) could be a solution to this problem, but questions such as how such an obligation would be created and enforced need to be answered first. The author also notes that a fine or penalty is likely not enforceable, but a condominium corporation could offer credits (whether common expense credits or actual payments) to owners who comply with mandatory attendance or voting. However, for this idea to become a possibility, it would first need considerable support from the owners.


Condominium, meetings, mandatory voting, mandatory participation, obligation, enforceable, common expense credits, support from owners.

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James Davidson
What About A Credit For Meeting Attendance?
July 31, 2020
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