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At a Board meeting of my townhomes the President allowed members

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At a Board meeting of my townhomes the President allowed members to freely speak up, if they wished. The prior setup was any homeowner had to ask to be added to the "agenda"
to be able to speak. This change seems to be a 'precedence'--if so is this a legalyl binding
situation for other Board meetings with homeowners present??

Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concrns.

This is not quite 'precedence' although I see your point. The President can choose, at his discretion, to suspend some of the rules fo the meeting and can allow individuals to speak without it being on the agenda first. This is simply how this President chooses to run the meeting, it does not create a new rule going forward, and it is therefore not legally binding for the next meeting.

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