Lawyer: Renters are eligible for HOA board positions

01/2/2013 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

A condominium owner is concerned that a renter in a foreclosed unit while serving as an HOA board's treasurer creates a conflict of interest, but lawyer Richard White disagrees. "The statutes have very few requirements to serve as a director or officer in a condominium. Ownership is not a requirement and therefore a renter or non-owner can serve on the board," White writes. "I have seen non-owners with more experience than any member serve on boards and work harder to do a better job."

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