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Firing HOA Vendors | How to End Contractual Agreements

Firing HOA Vendors | How to End Contractual Agreements

HOA | Condo Board Responsibilities and Education, HOA | Condo Communication, HOA | Condo Vendors

The primary purpose of an HOA is to manage, maintain, and repair common areas. This often requires contracts with 3rd party vendors for services such as landscaping, plumbing, and painting. Vendor contracts are a large responsibility of HOA boards. While board members cycle off, the signed vendor contracts remain, leaving new board members with limited options for firing poorly performing vendors. Firing HOA vendors is a possible but rather complex process. Here are a few steps for boards unhappy with, and wanting to end, contractual agreements with vendors. 

By Benjamin Yaeger on Jun 13, 2019 9:01:00 AM
   
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