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Subject: PA ART Committee Question
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PaN
(Pennsylvania)

Posts:9


03/20/2013 11:11 AM  
Hello...Our ART Committee issued minutes of their monthly meetings for some time, then abruptly stopped. The Chair of the committee refuses to let us see minutes, saying, among other things, they are confidential. If anyone is familiar with PA law in this case, would appreciate an opinion.
Thanks
SteveM9
(Massachusetts)

Posts:3599


03/20/2013 4:56 PM  
Art committee? I've never heard of such a thing. Describe what it does?
TimB4
(Virginia)

Posts:16706


03/21/2013 2:19 AM  
What do your governing documents say about access to minutes?

Are you in a condominium?

If you are check the Uniform Condominium Act.

If not, check the Uniform Planned Community Act.

Is your Association incorporated?

If it is check the Nonprofit Corporation Law of 1988


PaN
(Pennsylvania)

Posts:9


03/21/2013 6:06 AM  
Sorry...Archetectural Review Team.
PaN
(Pennsylvania)

Posts:9


03/21/2013 6:08 AM  
Tim, thanks...I did that and yes, we are in a planned community. There is a statute that reads in part...."Financial and other records shall be made reasonably available for examination by any unit owner." I suppose there may be some interpretation of "other records", but I believe that means meeting minutes that are recorded and kept by the archetectural review team.
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