Association’s Resolution Doesn’t Defeat Member’s Statutory Right
Facts: A state statute requires a Kansas condominium association to keep detailed records of receipts and expenditures affecting the operation and administration of the association and other accounting records for five years and to make those records available for examination and copying by a unit owner—subject to some exceptions. The statute allows certain records retained by an association, such as “individual unit files,” to be withheld from inspection and copying by members.
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