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Subject: Change Board meeting date
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DanA


Posts:2


10/30/2005 5:47 PM  
Our home owners association meeting was scheduled for Nov 5th, but most of the board members cannot get flights in due to the airport closure for incomming passengers in Cancun. Our CC&R does not address changing a annual meeting date. Can we change the meeting to a day later?
LetA
(Nevada)

Posts:1425


10/09/2021 12:16 PM  
What about Zoom meetings? Board meetings can legally be changed with proper notice. Even in the super rare occurrence that a meeting is set and a quorum of directors are not present, the meeting will be postponed and rescheduled. Check your state laws for guidance.
JohnT38
(South Carolina)

Posts:764


10/09/2021 12:23 PM  
Posted By LetA on 10/09/2021 12:16 PM
What about Zoom meetings? Board meetings can legally be changed with proper notice. Even in the super rare occurrence that a meeting is set and a quorum of directors are not present, the meeting will be postponed and rescheduled. Check your state laws for guidance.




I don't think you could get away with changing the date to 16 years later.
TimB4
(Virginia)

Posts:17766


10/09/2021 5:30 PM  
Dan,

I see that you are talking about the annual general membership meeting.

Many Assocaitions utilized zoom (or other format) for a video meeting. Some Associations postponed the meeting based on legal advice and laws that came out during the initial phase of the pandemic.

You may want to seek legal advice on this or, providing there is enough time to comply with notice requirements, you can change the date by the one day and see who complains.
JohnT38
(South Carolina)

Posts:764


10/09/2021 5:47 PM  
Posted By TimB4 on 10/09/2021 5:30 PM
Dan,

I see that you are talking about the annual general membership meeting.

Many Assocaitions utilized zoom (or other format) for a video meeting. Some Associations postponed the meeting based on legal advice and laws that came out during the initial phase of the pandemic.

You may want to seek legal advice on this or, providing there is enough time to comply with notice requirements, you can change the date by the one day and see who complains.




Just so you know, this is a 16 year old post. Hence my previous sarcastic reply.
TimB4
(Virginia)

Posts:17766


10/09/2021 7:31 PM  
Posted By JohnT38 on 10/09/2021 5:47 PM
Posted By TimB4 on 10/09/2021 5:30 PM
Dan,

I see that you are talking about the annual general membership meeting.

Many Assocaitions utilized zoom (or other format) for a video meeting. Some Associations postponed the meeting based on legal advice and laws that came out during the initial phase of the pandemic.

You may want to seek legal advice on this or, providing there is enough time to comply with notice requirements, you can change the date by the one day and see who complains.




Just so you know, this is a 16 year old post. Hence my previous sarcastic reply.





Dang Nab It.

At least I understand your posting.

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