REPLY. The art. 19.3 of the Horizontal Property Law establishes a term of ten calendar days following the meeting, exclusively to close the minutes with the signatures of the President and Secretary, but not to send it to the different owners.
That is to say, the law does not determine any term for the communication of the act, although reasons of prudence indicate that such a referral must be made once it is signed and closed, unless some cause could justify the delay.
Finally, it should be remembered that this notification must be made using the system of art. 9 h), and it may be enough, therefore, with the placement of a copy of the minutes on the Community notice board to serve as communication to all holders who have not reached them by ordinary means.
Related Topics: Notification of the minutes of the Board -owners' meeting. Deadlines for notification, delivery, submission of the minutes. Publicity of the minutes.
Related topics Housing- Communities:
- Owner board
- Minutes signed by the Board of Owners
- Challenges by the Board of Owners