One of the senior members of our Condominium Board of Trustees is telling we newer members that she needs to register the new Board Members annually in the County Courthouse for which they charge a 150 dollar fee. She further states she has not done this " for years " and that she is the only " registered Trustee" and that while we were elected as trustees it is basically an honorary title with no true authority as a trustee. She states she hasn't registered elected trustees to save money and " to protect us " in case anyone were to take legal action against the board.
This does not smell right to me.
I have spoken to friends who are Presidents and Condo Board members and they have no knowledge of having to register the names of Trustees annually in the County Courthouse.
Is anyone able to tell me if Massachusetts has any laws requiring a Condominium Trusteeship to register in the courts or anywhere else ( ie: city hall etc )