MCHOA Board Resolutions
resolution is a motion that follows a set format and is formally adopted by
the board of directors. Resolutions may enact rules and regulations or formalize
other types of board decisions.
There are four types of resolutions for a homeowners' association:
- Policy resolutions. These are resolutions that affect owners’ rights and obligations. For example, rules for the use of common areas and recreational facilities, architectural guidelines, enforcement procedures, etc.
- Administrative resolutions. These are resolutions that address the internal operations of the community association. Examples include operating procedures, collection procedures, and where board meetings will be held.
- Special resolutions. These are resolutions stating board decisions that apply a policy or rule to an individual situation. For example, a decision about an alleged rule violation or authorization of a lawsuit constitutes a special resolution.
- General Resolutions. These are resolutions which involve routine events. Examples include adoption of the annual budget or approval of a contract.
Maple Court Home Owners' Association resolutions are kept in a Book of Resolutions. This is an orderly, indexed record of the resolutions adopted by the board.
Signed copies of the originals are available in a binder held by the Association
President. Any resolutions containing sensitive information (e.g. banking)
will not be posted but will be referenced here.
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