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The board and committees
The board is appointed (or dismissed) by the meeting of owners. It manages the resources of the association and ensures the implementation of the decisions of the meeting of owners. (BW5: 131) Furthermore, the board is charged with the management of the VvE, with due observance of the provisions of the deed and the division regulations. These tasks include preparing the budget, the financial administration of the HOA, debtor control, etc. The board can outsource some of its tasks to a manager, which saves a lot of work.
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Several committees can be formed in a HOA, which are appointed by the meeting of owners. The two most common committees are the auditing commission or the auditing commission and the technical commission.
The auditing committee or auditing committee consists of at least two members who may not be part of the board. She audits the association's financial statements and reports on her findings at the owners meeting. She then advises the meeting to approve or reject the annual accounts. If the annual accounts are approved, a discharge will be issued from the board and / or the manager for the policy and management pursued in the past financial year. This means that the meeting approves the account and accounts and thereby releases the board and / or the administrator from all further inquiries and accountability. The book is then closed.
The technical committee generally consists of one or two people who have the task of small, simple technical matters, such as replacing lamps and receiving technicians. In addition, they can support the board and the manager in assessing offers for major maintenance.