This Manual is valuable because:
It details the development of condominiums.
It educates condominium owners about their civil rights.
It reveals how owners could unknowingly be disenfranchising themselves.
It unfolds a road map to a purely democratic system of self-governance.
It explains the choices that owners have for a personally accountable system of governance.
It describes the essential difference between “true democracy “and “pure democracy.”
It includes a brief commentary on a parallel universe, namely the American system of representative democracy and the monumental problems which need to be addressed.
It informs the members of their association regarding the importance of Robert’s Rules of Order as an inclusion in their Bylaws.
It allows the voice of the minority to be heard and requires that the decision of the majority be acknowledged; contrarily, it allows the silence of the members to be the equivalent of consent without a vote. It requires that the chairperson of a meeting of an association conduct a meeting in an orderly manner and insist that the voters be mutually respectful with the liberal use of a gavel. It declares that the chairperson must remain impartial at all times by not expressing an opinion on a motion thereby compromising a vote.