2005 Minnesota Statutes - 515B.3-106 — Bylaws; annual report.
515B.3-106 Bylaws; annual report.
(a) A common interest community shall have bylaws which comply with this chapter and the statute under which the association is incorporated. The bylaws and any amendments may be recorded, but need not be recorded to be effective unless so provided in the bylaws.
(b) The bylaws shall provide that, in addition to any statutory requirements:
(1) A meeting of the members shall be held at least once each year, and a specified officer of the association shall give notice of the meeting as provided in section 515B.3-108.
(2) An annual report shall be prepared by the association and a copy of the report shall be provided to each unit owner at or prior to the annual meeting.
(c) The annual report shall contain at a minimum:
(1) a statement of any capital expenditures in excess of two percent of the current budget or $5,000, whichever is greater, approved by the association for the current fiscal year or succeeding two fiscal years;
(2) a statement of the balance in any reserve or replacement fund;
(3) a copy of the statement of revenues and expenses for the association's last fiscal year, and a balance sheet as of the end of said fiscal year;
(4) a statement of the status of any pending litigation or judgments to which the association is a party;
(5) a detailed description of the insurance coverage provided by the association including a statement as to which, if any, of the items referred to in section 515B.3-113, subsection (b), are insured by the association; and
(6) a statement of the total past due assessments on all units, current as of not more than 60 days prior to the date of the meeting.
HIST: 1993 c 222 art 3 s 6; 1999 c 11 art 2 s 19; 2005 c 121 s 25
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