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If only a specific percentage of homeowners (minimum 51%) vote on an HOA issue, should that be sufficient to be considered a valid vote? The other 49% has merely refused/neglected to participate. Must we continue the voting process even when someone refuses to participate?

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Have older residents of our Wisconsin HOA been coerced into voting for certain people for the board of directors?

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We live in a condo in South Florida and our Board of Directors has decided to change our annual elections to occur one month earlier even though our documents clearly state the exact week of every year. Can they do this without amending and recording this change with county records?

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The previous condo board resigned to avoid a recall. The Association uses an electronic voting software BPBallot and also voting in person voting at the election meeting. There is group of 4 candidates to the Board and they had hired a lawyer and are requesting donations to pay him.

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Our HOA, in Massachusetts, is a small 25 community that is self managed through a Board of Trustees. We have questions arise and have to be presented at the 'live' meeting with a vote then taken. Does anyone know if email activity/votes are legal or are we open to liability?

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Last nite was the election for the Presidents position and it was a tie vote. What is supposed to happen now? Ft Meyers Florida.

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How are board of director votes counted legitimately for California HOA's? If they are to be counted in public meetings, is it right for a manager's employees to sit at a table in back of the meeting where they can open envelopes and count ballots out of sight from members

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How are board of director votes counted legitimately for California HOA's? If they are to be counted in public meetings, is it right for a manager's employees to sit at a table in back of the meeting where they can open envelopes and count ballots out of sight from members

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In California: Is it a violation of the open meeting act for newly elected board to meet in private to select/elect positions/chairs on the board? Should that meeting be open for the members to witness?

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How long should an HOA president serve for? Our president has been in position for over seven years and I don't ever recall an election.

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