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  1. Hello. I am wondering about Board Officer positions. I can’t find it in Statutes . . . in “non-Condominium” Not-For-Profit Boards of Directors, the President cannot also hold the seat of Secretary. Is that also true of Condominium Boards of Directors? Thank you in advance for guidance, and a link to or Statute number would be appreciated, if possible.

    1. Yes, that's true. The President and the Secretary have to be different people. Condominiums are subject to both the Condominium Act and the Not-For-Profit Corporation Act.