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Maine Condominium Act §1603-106. Bylaws

(a) The bylaws of the association must provide for:  

(1) The number of members of the executive board and the titles of the officers of the association;   [PL 1981, c. 699 (NEW).]

(2) Election by the executive board of a president, treasurer, secretary and any other officers of the association the bylaws specify;   [PL 1981, c. 699 (NEW).]

(3) The qualifications, powers and duties, terms of office and manner of electing and removing executive board members and officers and filling vacancies;   [PL 1981, c. 699 (NEW).]

(4) Which, if any, of its powers the executive board or officers may delegate to other persons or to a managing agent;   [PL 1981, c. 699 (NEW).]

(5) Which of its officers may prepare, execute, certify and record amendments to the declaration on behalf of the association; and   [PL 1981, c. 699 (NEW).]

(6) The method of amending the bylaws.   [PL 1981, c. 699 (NEW).]

(b) Subject to the provisions of the declaration, the bylaws may provide for any other matters the association deems necessary and appropriate.   [PL 1981, c. 699 (NEW).]

(c) An association may not include in its bylaws or declaration, or any rule adopted pursuant to the bylaws or declaration, or any deed a restriction that prohibits a unit owner from displaying on that unit owner's unit a sign that supports or opposes a candidate for public office or a referendum question during the period from 6 weeks prior to the date that a primary or general election or special election is held regarding that candidate or referendum question to one week after the election for that political candidate or vote for that referendum question is held.   [PL 2015, c. 271, §2 (NEW).]