Nev. Admin. Code § 116.405

Current through November 9, 2020
Section 116.405 - Executive board: Determination by Commission of whether members have performed their duties

In determining whether a member of the executive board has performed his or her duties pursuant to NRS NRS 116.3103, the Commission may consider whether the member of the executive board has:

1. Acted outside the scope of the authority granted in the governing documents;
2. Acted for reasons of self-interest, gain, prejudice or revenge;
3. Committed an act or omission which amounts to incompetence, negligence or gross negligence;
4. Except as otherwise required by law or court order, disclosed confidential information relating to a unit's owner, a member of the executive board or an officer, employee or authorized agent of the association unless the disclosure is consented to by the person to whom the information relates;
5. Impeded or otherwise interfered with an investigation of the Division by:
(a) Failing to comply with a request by the Division to provide information or documents;
(b) Supplying false or misleading information to an investigator, auditor or any other officer or agent of the Division; or
(c) Concealing any facts or documents relating to the business of the association;
6. Kept informed of laws, regulations and developments relating to common-interest communities;
7. Cooperated with the Division in resolving complaints filed with the Division; and
8. Caused the association to:
(a) Comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations and the governing documents of the association;
(b) Uniformly enforce the governing documents of the association;
(c) Hold meetings of the executive board with such frequency as to properly and efficiently address the affairs of the association;
(d) Obtain, when practicable, at least three bids from reputable service providers who possess the proper licensing before purchasing any such service for use by the association;
(e) Consult with appropriate professionals as necessary before making any major decision affecting the association or the common elements, including, without limitation, consulting with a reserve study specialist who is registered pursuant to chapter 116A of NRS and chapter 116A of NAC when conducting the reserve study, as required by subsection 2 of NRS NRS 116.31152 and NRS NRS NRS 116A.420;
(f) Deposit all funds of the association for investment in government securities that are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States or in a financial institution whose accounts are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund, the Securities Investor Protection Corporation or a private insurer approved pursuant to NRS NRS NRS 678.755;
(g) Maintain current, accurate and properly documented financial records;
(h) Establish policies and procedures for the disclosure of potential conflicts of interest and the appropriate manner by which to resolve such conflicts;
(i) Establish policies and procedures that are designed to provide reasonable assurances in the reliability of financial reporting, including, without limitation, proper maintenance of accounting records, documentation of the authorization for receipts and disbursements, verification of the integrity of the data used in making business decisions, facilitation of fraud detection and prevention, and compliance with the applicable laws and regulations governing financial records;
(j) Prepare interim and annual financial statements that will allow the Division, the executive board, the units' owners and the accountant or auditor to determine whether the financial position of the association is fairly presented in accordance with the provisions of NAC 116.451 to 116.461, inclusive;
(k) Make the financial records of the association available for inspection by the Division in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations of this State;
(l) Cooperate with the Division in resolving complaints filed with the Division; and
(m) Adopt and fairly enforce the collection policies of the association.

Nev. Admin. Code § 116.405

Added to NAC by Comm'n for Common-Interest Communities by R129-04, eff. 4-14-2005; A by Comm'n for Common-Interest Communities & Condo. Hotels by R108-08, 4-20-2010; Added to NAC by Comm'n for Common-Interest Communities by R129-04, eff. 4-14-2005; A by Comm'n for Common-Interest Communities & Condo. Hotels by R108-08, 4-20-2010; A by R050-13, eff. 8-10-2015; A by R050-13, eff. 8-10-2015

NRS 116.3103, 116.615