Q&A: Secret Correspondence

Q Is there an expectation of privacy for correspondences sent to the HOA? Is material sent to the board closed to public scrutiny?

--Confidentiality in a Condo

A “Usually not. I am not aware of any sort of confidential privilege that is automatically asserted with condominium owners. The answer would be different, of course, if there is a confidentiality agreement in place,” states Robert D. Lattas, an attorney and counselor at law with the Chicago-based law office of Robert D. Lattas.

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