Regular assessments often referred to as homeowner association dues, are the recurring periodic payments that owners must pay to fund the operation of the association and the reserve contribution. The regular assessments must be sufficient to cover the operating budget of the association. As with the operating budget, most governing documents allow the board to establish the HOA dues without owner vote; but, as discussed below, extraordinary assessment increases of may be required to be approved by owner vote.

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