Can a president override a vote by the board of directors?

Answer No. Unless your governing documents give the president the right to override a board vote, the majority board vote of the board stands. Usually, a president votes to break a tie in a board vote, ... Read More »

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Can the president of the board of directors of a homeowners association make a motion and also vote?

Your answer depends on the contents of your governing documents and the state law that governs not only the association, but the form of the corporation that your association fits within, such as t... Read More »

Is it legal to maintain an hoa without a board of directors board members terms were up may 2010 and meeting to vote on a new board was canceled by them you have a management co following them?

Read your governing documents to understand how long elected directors serve when no annual meeting takes place. As well, read there whether or not an annual meeting 'shall' take place, and the age... Read More »

How do you vote in a member to a Board of directors?

Read your governing documents to understand the process. Usually, at the annual meeting, after candidates apply for a board position, the membership, made up of unit owners, votes on the candidate... Read More »

Can an ex officio member vote on a Board of Directors?

Your association's governing documents can answer this question, and if they are silent, the state law that covers the type of association involved, such as the state non-profit law will be clear. ... Read More »