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 How does hoa elect board members if quorum not met?

Answer Your governing documents define a quorum. For example, it may state that 'twenty-five percent of the ownership must be present in person, by proxy, or written ballot' in order to establish a quorum... Read More »
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Should we elect school board members?

On One Hand: Most School Boards Are ElectedNinety-six percent of school boards are elected. hose favoring elected school boards believe that elections ensure that the boards represent the will of ... Read More »
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Can board members submit other members proxies at a board of directors annual vote meeting?

Generally, association members may assign their votes to whomever they choose, and this may be a board member. It is possible that a member assigns an open proxy, or may assign a chosen proxy, usua... Read More »
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Can a quorum of the condo board have a budget committee meeting and not make it a regular posted board meeting?

Committee meetings and board meetings serve two different, though related purposes. The short answer is 'yes', a committee meeting is not a regular posted board meeting. Committee meetings are work... Read More »
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Does anyone such as the FBI CIA do background security checks and checks for citizenship on members of Congress and the President elect?

They MAY do so as a pre-requisite for their accessing certain classified information during their terms of office after they are elected. HOWEVER, there is no Constitutional requirement that these ... Read More »
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