The Homeowners Association ManualBook - 2004
Information on Single-family Subdivisions, Townhouse and Cluster Developments, Mobile Homeowners Associations, and Master Community Associations.
A homeowners association is designed to preserve the common welfare and the property values of the community. In a properly operated community, it does. In a poorly run community, it does not. The proper operating procedures are not difficult, but they are often overlooked or misunderstood. This manual provides a step-by-step explanation of the requirements for meetings, membership voting, and the necessary parliamentary procedures. It serves as a guide to help ensure that the association carries out its responsibilities fairly and effectively. You will learn:the concept and purpose of a homeowners association the rights and responsibilities of individual owners how to run effective meetings what documents you need for meetings the rules of procedure and proper decorum the role of the board of directors the role of committees