Highest Decision-Making Body Of A Community
The highest decision-making body of a Community is the General Meeting. You can have two kinds of such meetings, the ordinary that must be held each year, and the extraordinary, that can be convened whenever a need arises.
The General Meeting elects a president, a secretary, an administrator and a treasurer.
The administrator may also act as secretary, while the president may also be administrator.
Powers Of President
The president holds wide powers and represents the Community between General Meetings. He must be one of the owners, while the administrator can be a professional not owning a property in the Community.
Formation Of Board
It may be decided in the statutes to form a board (junta), for making decisions collectively. But do not forget the wide powers granted by law to the president.