[Read more…] about One of our residents is installing a generator (against rules) with a doctor’s note that is it a medical requirement because of an undisclosed phobia. The board was provided with a local psychiatrist’s note. Do we allow it and how do we explain it’s allowance to the rest of community with out disclosing a resident’s medical condition?
Atlantic City Region • South Carolina • New Jersey
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[Read more…] about One of our older staff will not work with our younger staff because of what they feel is a lack of respect for coronavirus safeguards. They need to work together. The older staff member is not really working and the lost of productivity is hurting the association. The younger staff member is following basic guidelines as far as we can tell. Can we put the older staff member on notice that this is no longer acceptable? The association can not afford this to continue.
When making decisions, association boards are at risk of upsetting their residents; but, what happens if the court becomes involved? In this case, the business judgment rule may be your best tool as an association. So, what is the business judgment rule and how can it be used?
By: Jessica Vail & William Payne, PE
Doors difficult to open. Strange smells in corridors and lobbies. Inconsistent temperature regulation. These are all very common issues in high-rise buildings which are usually due to poor ventilation and building pressurization. It is in the best interest of the building and its tenants to have a Professional Engineer conduct a property condition assessment to find the root of the problems and make professional recommendations to alleviate the ongoing issues.