Association Couldn't Withhold Records Based on 'Protected' Status

January 12, 2018
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Facts: A condominium member asserted that a resolution in the governing documents, which classified certain association records as “primary and/or protected records” that couldn’t be inspected by members, was invalid. The member asked a trial court to order the association to produce 10 types of records that she had asked the association to provide, but that it refused to.

Decision: A Pennsylvania trial court invalidated the resolution. It ordered the association to permit the member to inspect and view the documents.

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