I am assuming that these are layer 2 switches and that you will be using VLAN 200 as the management VLAN. If that is the case then what you have got is fine. There is not a conflict. Remember that essentially a VLAN is a subnet and a subnet is a VLAN. So since both switches are in the same VLAN then they need to be in the same subnet.
You are totally right, i answered that it would not be any problem whatever the case is, and when asking about if it is being a layer 2 or layer 3 switch it was just to go further on the discussion if the poster had any more doubts.
 If it is a layer 2 switch, then this is normal, having both management interfaces in the same IP subnet. And if it is a layer 3 switch, i think that it is as if a LAN is connected to 2 routers which should impose no problems, but the administrator would have to care which IP should be the gateway for the local LAN (VLAN) hosts.
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