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Who is responsible when repairs damage a neighbor's unit?

Q. Who pays for repairs on a limited common element private use deck? 

Can condo meeting minutes be approved outside of an open meeting?

Q. Our board does not meet as often as monthly, so is there another way to approve minutes between open meetings?

Do all owners approve minutes for the annual meeting?

Q. Is it true that all unit owners need to approve the minutes of the Annual Unit Owner's Meeting?

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