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Indiana's Virtual Meeting Statute

Under Indiana law, condominium associations are specifically required to address the method of calling meetings in their bylaws. IC 32-25-8-2(2). Otherwise, Indiana law is generally silent on the issue of electronic meetings, which means the governing documents of both condominium and homeowners’ associations will control on the issue of meetings via electronic means. Contact your association’s attorney to see what your community’s options are for virtual meetings based upon your governing documents.

Applicable Statute: Indiana Condominium Act

                Indiana Code Title 32. Property § 32-25-8-2

Sec. 2 . The bylaws must provide for the following:

(1) With respect to the board of directors:

(A) the election of the board from among the co-owners;

(B) the number of persons constituting the board;

(C) the expiration of the terms of at least one-third ( 1/3 ) of the directors annually;

(D) the powers and duties of the board, including whether the board may engage the services of a manager or managing agent;

(E) the compensation, if any, of the directors;  and

(F) the method of removal from office of directors.

(2) The method of calling meetings of the co-owners and the percentage, if other than a majority of co-owners, that constitutes a quorum.