by Courtney Schwartzel
Here it is! The list you’ve all been waiting for! We have compiled the absolute “need to know” bullet points about Open Meeting Law for Arizona Homeowners Associations.
- Arizona Open Meeting Law is in place to protect the health of the homeowners association, by protecting members from being excluded and deterring any “secret” decision making by the HOA Board.
- The law requires the homeowners association has at least one meeting a year, and take place in the State of Arizona.
- All meetings of the homeowners association, board of directors, and regular committee meetings are open to all members of the association (notwithstanding any provision in the association documents).
- As long as it is in writing, a member may send any person they designate, to the meeting as their representative Read the article for more information