This regulation establishes the requirement that each association must establish reasonable procedures for the resolution of written complaints from the members of the association and other citizens, record-keeping related to complaints filed, forms and procedures to be provided, transmittal of information to members regarding the Office of the Common Interest Community Ombudsman, and procedures for filing a notice of final adverse decision with the Board.
This regulation is necessary to implement Chapters 851 and 871 of the Acts of the 2008 General Assembly, which were the result of HB 516 and SB 301.
|Exempt from APA
No, changes to this chapter are subject to the Administrative Process Act.
|Text of Regulation
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|Goals of Regulation
The goal of the regulation is establish the requirements for associations to handle complaints and provide information to the public for filing a notice of adverse decision with the Board, in accordance with HB 516 and SB 301 (Chapters 851 and 871 of the Acts of the 2008 General Assembly).
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