Category: On The Board

Board Operations
The Board Generation

Given that a condominium or co-op board is charged with representing the interests of a diverse group of homeowners or shareholders, it follows that boards themselves should embody the diversity of their resident population. In New York Cit…

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Board Operations
2017 September Board Compensation

The amount of time and energy invested by board members in the many decisions and projects surrounding the successful functioning of a building community can demand the kind of commitment and dedication required by a demanding part-time job…

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Law & Legislation
Legal Protocols in Smaller Buildings

Even if you're on the board of a tiny, tight-knit building or association, that doesn't mean that you can handle your community's business with a handshake over coffee at the local diner. For the protection and long-term security of your co…

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Law & Legislation
Controlling Legal Costs

Lawsuits are expensive endeavors, period. But what about everyday legal costs - contract vetting, sending documents back and forth, assessing prospective purchasers' information, and so forth? How can boards keep a lid on those expendit…

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Law & Legislation
Disabled Access Issues

First in a series. To read part two, click here . The rights of people living with physical disabilities have always been closely entwined with the issue of housing discrimination. In some instances, cases involving discrimination and t…

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