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Is it possible to decrease administration costs by eliminating house meetings?

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Apr 3, 2024

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One reader asks about claiming a deduction for management costs as an apartment owner who had a house meeting in March 2019 and again in January 2024, even though the property manager’s legal obligation is to call a meeting every two years. Walter Rosifka, a housing law expert from the Chamber of Labor, responds that if an administrator grossly breaches their duties, the homeowners’ association can demand a reduction in the fee agreed upon with the administrator, proportional to the reduced benefit from their administrative activities. It’s important to note that a court may not necessarily view the failure to call an owners’ meeting for almost five years as a “gross” breach of duty, especially considering the disruptions and uncertainties during the Corona pandemic.

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