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    Rana Goodman
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    Per Adam Clarkson: The attorney for the SCA Executive Board says,

    Please note: All candidates will undergo a candidate eligibility review by the Association’s legal counsel once an application is submitted. If something is uncovered by the attorney during the review process making the candidate ineligible to serve on the Board of Directors, in accordance with NRS116.31034, the candidate will be notified by the attorney and their name will be removed from all candidate listings and future ballots.

    Per Nevada legislative web site: NRS 116.31034 : Rules for eligibility to be a candidate for the Executive BOD

     An owner may not run for a position on the executive board if:

    (2) The person stands to gain any personal profit or compensation of any kind from a matter before the executive board of the association; or

                 (3) The person, the person’s spouse or the person’s parent or child, by blood, marriage or adoption, performs the duties of a community manager for that association.

          12.  A person, other than a person appointed by the declarant, may:

    (a) Be a candidate for or member of the executive board; and

    (b) Reside in a unit with, be married to, be domestic partners with, or be related by blood, adoption or marriage within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity to another person who is also a member of the executive board or is an officer of the association,

    Ê if the number of candidates nominated for membership on the executive board is less than or equal to the number of members to be elected to the executive board.

    13.  If a person is not eligible to be a candidate for or member of the executive board or an officer of the association pursuant to any provision of this chapter, the association:

    (a) Must not place his or her name on the ballot; and

    (b) Must prohibit such a person from serving as a member of the executive board or an officer of the association.

    14.  An officer, employee, agent or director of a corporate owner of a unit, a trustee or designated beneficiary of a trust that owns a unit, a partner of a partnership that owns a unit, a member or manager of a limited-liability company that owns a unit, and a fiduciary of an estate that owns a unit may be an officer of the association or a member of the executive board.

    In all events where the person serving or offering to serve as an officer of the association or a member of the executive board is not the record owner, the person shall file proof in the records of the association that:

    (a) The person is associated with the corporate owner, trust, partnership, limited-liability company or estate as required by this subsection; and

    (b) Identifies the unit or units owned by the corporate owner, trust, partnership, limited-liability company or estate.

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