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  448.190.  Managers may act for owners — actions — service of process — managers proper parties, when, duties. — 1.  Whenever in sections 448.005 to 448.210, or in any declaration or bylaw executed in accordance with sections 448.005 to 448.210, the board of managers or the members thereof are authorized or directed to acquire, hold, lease, mortgage or convey any part of or interest in the property, or to acquire any lien thereon, or to acquire or receive the proceeds of any policy of insurance or other moneys, goods or chattels, with respect to the property, such actions shall be carried out in the names of the members of the board of managers and their successors in office from time to time, as trustees, on behalf of some or all of the unit owners, as the case may be.  Without limiting the rights of any unit owner, actions may be brought in the names of the members of the board of managers on behalf of two or more of the unit owners, as their respective interests may appear, with respect to any cause of action relating to the common elements or more than one unit.  Service of process on two or more unit owners in any action relating to the common elements or more than one unit may be made on any member of the board of managers in the manner provided by the statute.

  2.  Without limiting the rights of any unit owner, the board of managers shall be considered a proper party, both to sue and be sued, in any cause of action relating to the condominium.  The board of managers shall annually record with the recorder of deeds of each county in which any portion of the condominium is located a statement containing the name and address of each member of the board of managers.  All information contained in such statement shall be available to the general public.

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(L. 1963 p. 648 § 18A, A.L. 1983 H.B. 177)


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