Elect someone else.
can a condo owner live out of state and be a board member
Peremptory means something definite and absolute, final and not entitled to delay or reconsideration. By a vote of the majority of the officers of the condo board, IF THEIR DOCUMENTS ALLOW IT, they may remove one of the board members from the office they hold (i.e.: Pres/V-Pres/Secty/Treas). However, they do not have the authority to expel a member from the board itself. That action must be initiated by the general membership who elected the member to the board, or - they may be removed from the Board due to reason of action of law (e.g.: in some(all?) jurisdictions a member may be rendered ineligible to hold office and/or removed from office due to their conviction of a felony offense).
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You can find the how-to guide in your governing documents.Usually, it takes a large percentage of owners -- more than 50% and sometimes 67% or more -- to remove a director or a board member by a vote or petition.
You can make this request of any board member or ask the property manager.
There is no standard. Read your governing documents to determine residency requirements to qualify for board service.
Read your governing documents to determine whether or not this is a criteria for your association. Often, this is most desirable, but may not be a requirement of the community's official guidelines.
Read your governing documents to determine the residency requirements for board service eligibility. It is possible that the majority of the board must be resident owners, all members must be resident owners or there may be no residency requirement. There is no standard.
Read your governing documents to determine the length of term for each officer or director on your condominium board. This is the place to find this answer, regardless of where the condominium board operates.
It depends on who publishes the newsletter and in whose name. If non-board-member owners publish a newsletter and follow the delivery guidelines outlined by the board or by governing documents, and claim authorship of the newsletter, then no board approval is be required. If, however, non-board-member owners publish a newsletter in the name of the board, then yes, the board should approve this newsletter.
Regardless of the state where the property is located, the governing documents spell out the term of each board member. After a term expires, it's necessary to be re-elected, in order to continue to serve on a board.
there is no way to answer without more information. Generally unless there is a crime involved, a police officer does not have any 'special' privilege.
There is no standard. Read your governing documents to determine the qualifications for a board member. If your governing documents are silent, read the state law that covers the type of corporation formed for your association, if any. When governing documents are silent, the state law applies. Generally, it may be possible to hire a board member, but hired board members may not make up the majority of board members.
The board member's name should be capitalized. Board member, itself, should only be capitalized if it directly precedes the name of the member.
This answer depends totally upon your unique situation. Best practices indicate that you work with your association's attorney to decide how to proceed.
There are two episodes of Frasier where Frasier is involved with the condo committee, however I don't think he ever actually managed to get on the condo committee itself. The first is in Season 4, episode 11: Three Days Of The Condo. In that episode Frasier runs against the president of the condo board after she refuses his request to have an antique door knocker. The other is in Season 10, episode 3: Proxy Prexy. In this episode Frasier gets Martin to run for condo board president but using Frasier's ideas.
The following are the provincial officials of Bohol, whose terms of office will end in 2010: * Erico B. Aumentado - Governor * Julius Caesar F. Herrera - Vice Governor * Jose E. Veloso - Board Member * Cesar Tomas M. Lopez - Board Member * Alfonso R. Damalerio II - Board Member * Amalia R. Tirol - Board Member * Josephine Socorro Jumamoy - Board Member * Ma. Fe Camacho-Lejos - Board Member * Bienvenido C. Molina - Board Member * Josil E. Trabajo - Board Member * Ester Corazon A. Galbreath - Board Member * Aster L. Piollo - Board Member
Yes. The fee owner of the condominium unit is the legal owner even though the unit is subject to life use by another party.
Board member would be correct, as in someone who sits on a board of directors or board of management etc.
You can find your answer in your governing documents: there is no standard.
Yes. Read your governing documents to understand this process. Generally, the board member can be relieved on his/her duties while still remaining a director, or a board member can be removed from the board.
Work with your board to verify that you are allowed to rent your unit, then if you are, advertise it for rent.
The board or the association manager can answer your question.
It is apparently at least a conflict of interest if the board member owns the association management company hired by the condominium association to manage the condominium community.Review your governing documents that might address a board member's conflict of interest in such matters. You may find an answer there.Contact an attorney to discover whether or not this conflict of interest presents a legal issue in your location.