More than likely you are not aware that after serving 6 years on the SCA Board Governor Gibbons appointed me to the Commission for Common interest Communities and Condominium Hotels where I served for 3 years from 2008 until 2011. By referring to NRS 116.600—– you can learn what our responsibilities were under law.
During that time the Commission heard the issues on workshops, ballots, some of Nancy Quon associates, and a multitude of NRS 116 issues.
After hearing a case we provided our ruling which was then written and transmitted to the appropriate party. With this email I am sending you a copy of the an issue we took up having to do with elections. (See attachment)
You will note that an HOA Is not required to place a stamp on the return envelope containing the secret ballot. You will also note that unit owners can return ballots until official closing of voting and that all ballots have to be returned to the association. This simply underlines NRS 116.31036. That does not mean some accountant or lawyer returns the ballots because they would then be considered compromised.
Since you are now aware of the official interpretation of the law any opinion or advice to the contrary would be considered in violation of that law.