North Dakota commonly permits corporations, and nonprofits
to conduct remote and virtual meetings. Remote meetings contingent on an
association’s articles of incorporation, charter, or bylaws. The North Dakota
Nonprofit Corporations act governs the corporate structure and procedure of
nonprofit corporations in North Dakota. If a condominium or homeowners'
association is organized as a nonprofit corporation, it will be governed by the
Act. Contact your association’s attorney to see what your community’s options
are for virtual meetings based upon your governing documents.
Applicable Statute: Nonprofit Corporations Act
North Dakota Century Code Title 10 Corporations Chapter 10-33 Nonprofit
2. Any meeting among directors may
be conducted: a. Solely by one or more means of remote communication through which
all of the directors may participate in the meeting: (1) If the notice required
by subsection 3 is given for the meeting; and (2) If the number of directors
participating in the meeting is sufficient to constitute a quorum at a meeting.
b. By means of conference telephone or, if authorized by the board, by such
other means of remote communication, in each case through which that director,
other directors so participating, and all directors physically present at the
meeting participate with each other during the meeting