Adams Stirling PLC


QUESTION: Can an owner submit an agenda item for board discussion? If so, is there a timeframe for submitting items to be placed on the agenda?

ANSWER: You can submit your proposed agenda items to one or more directors. However, at least one of those directors must place your items on the agenda since boards set their own meeting agendas, not members. If the board has authorized management to place owner items on the agenda, then you can submit them to the manager. The timeline for submitting agenda items depends on the time needed by management to prepare board packets and to print/post the agenda.

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