At least it is now clear how property owners’ meetings should be classified in relation to the Covid rules. On 15 March, the Andalusian Regional Government responded to a letter from the Association of Professional Chambers of Property Administrators for Andalusia, stating unequivocally that “the presence of groups of people in public spaces (both enclosed and open air), as well as in private spaces, is conditional on not exceeding the maximum number of six people”. Until now, the professional associations were of the opinion that owners’ meetings are included in the regulations for the holding of professional events, but in this respect it was clearly written that ” owners’ meetings cannot be included in the aforementioned article, whose high attendance rate would generate a very high rate of face-to-face contacts between non-cohabitants”.
For this reason, the Professional Chamber of Property Administrators for Malaga and Melilla recommends that property administrators do not hold any property owners’ meetings that exceed this limit.
More information on the website of the Professional Chamber in Spanish: La Junta de Andalucía confirma la limitación de 6 personas para la celebración de juntas de propietarios