How to write HOA board minutes

10/7/2013 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Homeowners and condo associations typically lack any governing documents concerning what is to be included in meeting minutes, says attorney Jim Slaughter, but it's best to keep them brief and only include information on motions and proposals. "Recognize that a word-by-word re-enactment of a meeting really isn't minutes," he says. "Minutes are supposed to be a short, to-the-point account of business transacted so that readers can quickly determine what was done."

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