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There is nothing in the Act or other statutes which would prohibit you from allowing owners or nonvoting observers to attend your board meetings.
There are certain sensitive matters which would require a closed session (such as litigation matters or disclosure of private information).
Assuming the bylaws
permit it, though, you can otherwise authorize interested parties to attend your meeting.
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