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 Can a board member impose fines to residences?

Answer Yes.Your governing documents detail violations and the fine schedule.The board has the responsibility to enforce the governing documents. When you violate them, whether it's by not paying your mont... Read More »
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What is the length of tenure of a board member appointed to replace a board member who resigned?

Read your governing documents to confirm that the rather standard practice is in effect in your community. Usually, an appointed officer fills out the remainder of the resigned officer's term.
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President of the board non board member blocked changed post office box and bank account from acting board voted manager of condo association what can we do?

That depends on who 'we' might be. From your question, it's unclear who's a non-board member, and who's the manager, and who is 'we'.If you are other members of the board, you can enlist the suppor... Read More »
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What is the difference between an executive board member and a non executive board member?

Your governing documents will explain the difference between these two board members in your condominium association. In some commercial business corporations, an executive board member can be a w... Read More »
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Can a board member recuse another member?

If by 'to recuse' you mean to imply that someone -- Jack -- other than the board member being recused -- Jill -- has a conflict of interest or cannot be impartial in a vote, then certainly the conf... Read More »
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