2. In connection with number 1, the Board of Directors made a resolution last August 2013. They are going to charge P100 for every vehicle parked in the common area (which is the road). The money that will be collected will be used to shoulder the payment for the Security Guard Services in our compound, since not all are paying and or cannot pay on time. We were just surprised that there was a new resolution and that it will be implemented at once. There was no consultation made on our part. Is that allowed?
3. Is it true that the Board of Directors can do whatever they want to do? They made a resolution regarding the parking but there's a special exemption for two car-owners who happen to be the nephew and niece of the president of the board. He said that it was approved by the board of directors. We think that it isn't fair. Tama po ba?
4. Is it true that the board of directors should not be involved in our parking dilemMma? They said so themselves. Which I find again contradicting in connection with number 3. They made a resolution about the parking, and yet they're claiming they should not be discussing such problems anymore. They said that it should be settled among the homeowners themselves. We don't have a grievance committee. So to whom are we going to seek help?
5. How long can a president of the board be the president? Can he be re-elected? For how long? How many terms can he serve?
6. When we were still a condominium, one owner has 2 CCT, but has only one dwelling house. During that time, should she pay the monthly dues for both cct?
7. There are about 8 or 10 homeowners who are not asked to pay the monthly dues, since the board of directors said that such homeowners do not benefit from the security guard and the common areas. And yet, the said homeowners are allowed to vote. Is that allowed?
8. For special deals and or exemptions made and approved by the Board of Directors, shouldn't these be put in writing and attached to the by-laws and be submitted to HLURB?