[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.
[Read more…] about As a board member, I sent my own attorney an agreement currently under review. I feel my own attorney is an extension of myself and therefore should be allowed to review the documents. A majority of my fellow board members say no and now say I will no longer be allowed to sit in or receive documents related to this issue. Of course my mistake was saying something, but can they do that?
[Read more…] about A fellow board member, in my opinion, has been treating one of our residents unfairly. It does not go beyond illegal activity, but it is close. This resident has reported the board member to the local authorities and management company. Expressing my opinion unofficially to the board member has not provided this resident any relief. What else can I do in my official and unofficial capacity, and am I putting the association at any risk by taking or not taking action?
[Read more…] about We have a no pets condominium since 1981 and wish to stay that way. 4-5% of the general population has cynaphobia. We wish to keep our condos pets-free. Is there case law you can provide? is a declaratory judgment action is federal court on a case by case basis the best way to deter pets who we feel don’t merit accommodation ? We have one owner we gave an accommodation who has cancer, and 2 we wish to challenge who are not owners and who have concealed dogs without presenting their ESA letters.