Sec. 2.5 . (a) A co-owner of the condominium is entitled to attend any meeting of the board of directors of the condominium, including the annual meeting. However, the board of directors may meet in private to discuss delinquent assessments. The board of directors may also meet in private with legal counsel to discuss the initiation of litigation, or to discuss litigation that either is pending or has been threatened specifically in writing. As used in this subsection, “litigation” includes any judicial action or administrative law proceeding under state or federal law.
(b) The minutes of meetings of the board of directors of a condominium, including the annual meeting, must be made available to a co-owner of the condominium for inspection upon request. The requesting co-owner may make a request to inspect the minutes:
(1) in person;
(2) in writing; or
(3) by electronic mail.
The association of co-owners may charge the requesting co-owner a reasonable copying fee if the co-owner requests a written copy of the minutes.
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