This bill amends the law governing access to records maintained by common interest community associations. The right of a unit owner or authorized agent to have access to association records would not apply to records relating to information that was the basis for closing a board meeting. Current law allows meetings to be closed to discuss personnel matters, pending or potential litigation or other adversarial proceedings, and certain criminal activity. In addition, the right of a unit owner or agent to obtain copies of records is specified. Copies must be provided in paper or electronic form as requested by the owner or agent, provided that the association is not required to provide electronic copies if the records are not maintained in that form. The association may require a fee for copies, which must not exceed actual costs, including the cost of agent or employee time, or, if 100 or fewer pages of black and white copies are requested, no more than 25 cents per page.