In March of 2017, two days after our annual meeting, a trustee sold his unit and has refused to resign from the condo board of trustees. We are a 147 unit condo association and the Declaration of Trust states to remove a trustee we need to obtain 51% beneficial interest. I worked and received 52.33% beneficial interest from 75 unit owners. The BOT has disregarded the DOT and these unit owner assents asking for the immediate removal of this trustee. Now, the BOT is spending $2k to hold a special meeting for the sole purpose of removing this trustee because the BOT says that this is what the condo atty has suggested. Is this legal? The BOT was provided with 52.33% beneficial interest of the majority of unit owners they refuse to call this man in to come before the board and ask him to resign. During the last condo meeting we learned that this man has also not attended one BOT meeting since he sold and moved out. The board refuses to tell the unit owners why they won't ask him to resign. Condo in crisis in Woburn MA.
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