Board Instructions to Representative
Adams Stirling PLC


QUESTION: Our community has over 550 homes with one master association and multiple subassociations. How can a subassociation board communicate their preferences to their representatives on the master board yet stay within the law, especially with time constraints regarding posting of agendas by the master?

ANSWER: Just as receiving information via email is permissible, sending instructions to your representative via email is permissible. Neither is a violation of the Davis-Stirling Act.

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