L.R. from Pinellas County, Florida writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
I was the board president, and part of the quorum, at the time of the annual meeting. I am no longer on the BOD. I am told by the Condo manager that I am not entitled to see a copy of the annual meeting minutes until they are approved by the new BOD at the next members meeting. Is this correct?
Mister Condo replies:
L.R., technically, that is quite correct. Non-Board members do not have access to unapproved meeting minutes. You have the same rights as any other unit owner to review the Minutes once they are approved by the current Board. If you notice discrepancies in the finalized Minutes, you have the right to contest the Minutes and set the record straight but until the Minutes are approved by the current Board, they are not official records of the association. All the best!