Community Administration

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  • #52842

    Anonymous
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    I am the President of a sub-community within a large urbanisation.

    Is it permitted for the owner of an apartment within a sub-community, who is not a Member of the College of Administrators, to be appointed as Administrator of the main community?

    If so is the person allowed to be paid for the position…… I have in mind a substantial wage, not merely expenses.

    I do not wish to fall foul of Spanish law on this matter and would appreciate a definitive answer.

  • #71428

    Anonymous
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    Hi Tuckswood

    as posted in a previous post by someone else – you may wish to look at this – it has a lot of information about community of owners.

    Best wishes and good luck

    http://www.c-euro.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=92&Itemid=31

  • #71260

    Anonymous
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    Hi Tuckswood

    as posted in a previous post by someone else – you may wish to look at this – it has a lot of information about community of owners.

    Best wishes and good luck

    http://www.c-euro.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=92&Itemid=31

  • #71494

    Anonymous
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    Hi vbtudor,

    Thanks for the very useful link which explains community law in greater depth that anything I have read previously. It does not however provide a complete answer to my problem.

    The translation of the law states: “The post of Administrator and, if so, the post of Secretary-Administrator can be held by any owner, as well as by physical people with sufficient professional qualifications legally recognized for exercising such functions.”

    I have been advised that this means that a person who is not an owner has to be a member of the College of Administrators in order to hold the post of Administrator.

    I have also been told that the owner of a property in a sub-community is not legally defined as an owner in the main community and may not therefore be appointed to the post of Administrator of the main community by virtue of property ownership.

    Further to this I have been advised that an owner taking on the post of Administrator may only be reimbused for expenses and may not be paid a wage.

    The advice I have received so far has been conflicting even though it has come from lawyers and other administrators.

  • #71294

    Anonymous
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    Hi vbtudor,

    Thanks for the very useful link which explains community law in greater depth that anything I have read previously. It does not however provide a complete answer to my problem.

    The translation of the law states: “The post of Administrator and, if so, the post of Secretary-Administrator can be held by any owner, as well as by physical people with sufficient professional qualifications legally recognized for exercising such functions.”

    I have been advised that this means that a person who is not an owner has to be a member of the College of Administrators in order to hold the post of Administrator.

    I have also been told that the owner of a property in a sub-community is not legally defined as an owner in the main community and may not therefore be appointed to the post of Administrator of the main community by virtue of property ownership.

    Further to this I have been advised that an owner taking on the post of Administrator may only be reimbused for expenses and may not be paid a wage.

    The advice I have received so far has been conflicting even though it has come from lawyers and other administrators.

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