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The homeowners association manager is not a board director and is not the attorney’s client. If the association hired the attorney, that makes the association the client, not the property manager. The attorney-client privilege is only between the association and its attorney. All discussions, documents, papers and advice given by the attorney to the manager for relay are open for others to see, including those who might sue the association. None of it is protected by the attorney-client privilege. |By Stephen Glassman JD and Donie Vanitzian JD. Read more at the short link http://wp.me/P2b6dW-Rk.
Jill Schweitzer says… Once you see what’s going on (in association governance), you can’t deny that the relationship between HOA managers & attorneys is the root of the problem.