Sunday, November 11, 2012
Do Florida's election woes match your community's?
This process also lends itself to comparison with our association election process which is soon to start in most condominium, cooperative and homeowners' associations around Florida. November-March is generally regarded as the height of annual meeting and election season in Florida's shared ownership communities. While Florida condominium and cooperative elections are highly regulated by statute, there is still room for dysfunction to creep in. HOAs are even more vulnerable to election problems.
Just how easy a process is your Florida association election?
Are notices provided timely?
Is information conveyed in an easy-to-understand manner?
Are arrangements made for disabled owners to easily cast their votes?
Is an impartial election committee in place to count the votes?
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