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Is a change to a by-law without notifying the change to the membership of an association (and thusly changing the actual wording of the by-law) a violation of that by-law?

Example: Our by-laws state the secretary shall maintain a membership listing of all members, and that he or she will keep the list updated according to people coming and going from the membership.

I recently found out that job has been given to our management company (not sure when or how this was done) but if no actual by-law change was made, would this be considered a violation?

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Hard to say  --  if the responsibility for maintaining the list remains with the secretary (and the expenditure for the company fees was properly approved) I'd say no bylaws violation has occurred.  You can still yell at the sec if the list is screwed up.  And it will be his/her fault!

 

But, as ever, interpreting the bylaws is the job of the association, not some stray I'net  character.

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