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Audiable Recording Of Board & Association Meetings


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Is it legal for the board and full association meetings to be recorded by audio to ensure accuracy in the minutes?

Does the entire membership have to consent to such action? Or, is it the board of directors who passes this motion for both the board and full association meetings?

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RONR says "The use of a recording device can be of great benefit in preparing the minutes, but a transcription from it should never be used as the minutes themselves." (p. 471, ll.26-28).

I think the assembly should only be called upon to decide whether to approve the use of a recording device if an objection is raised to it. In this case, the assembly, by majority vote, will have the final say in allowing or disallowing its use. Each assembly (full association and board of directors) can make this decision for its own meetings.

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