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Q: How old do state board members have to be?
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What two state boards have elective members?

State board of education: members are usually elected by the public in state-wide or local elections. State board of accountancy: some states may have elected members on this board who oversee the regulation and licensing of accountants.

How many members are there in the Texas state board of pharmacy?

There are 9 members appointed by the governor and 6 of the 9 members have to be pharmacists.

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Can you hire condo board members?

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.

What is Difference between board of directors and board members?

Board directors and board members may sit on the same board. However, members do not have a power of veto, and the board of directors does.

How are members of boards of accountancy selected?

Typically members of a board of accountancy are appointed by a state's governor and include both licensed CPAs and public members. The CPA members are often selected by the governor after consulting with the state's CPA society

What do board members do?

Board members collectively govern an organization.

California State Board of Education adopts what in 1992?

Charter School Policy and New members. Charter School Policy and New members.

When recruitment fails and the Board does not have the minimum number of members required per bylaws can the Board function and take actions?

Generally, your governing documents will state the minimum number of board members, and may also indicate that existing board members continue to serve on the board after the expiry of their term, until new board members step up. However, in your case, if the existing board members have moved out or are otherwise unwilling to continue to serve, you need the advice of your legal counsel, your association's attorney, to determine how you conduct business with fewer than the minimum number.

Who are the board directors of telegraph hill condominium lakewood Colorado?

The Secretary of State for the State of Colorado has documents on file for this legal corporation -- perhaps it's a non-profit corporation -- and the names of the board members are listed there.

Who appoints the state governors?

In the US, state governors are chosen by popular election. The people choose governors.

Annual election of board members if there are 3 positions open and the same 3 members run for the Board is the election necessary?

Yes, and here's why. Your membership may only be allowed to vote for board members and to vote regarding the annual budget -- read your governing documents to confirm this. (And your membership confirms its faith in board members by voting for them.) Because your board leads a legal corporation, and the governing documents for your private democracy state that board member terms are limited to some number of years, board members must be re-elected in order to conform to the law. If a member -- unit owner -- challenges a decision or action of the board, the board members may be asked to prove their right to decide or act. If not properly elected, the action or decision could be in jeopardy. This is not a situation in which a corporation wants to find itself, legally.