Association not obligated to reconvene membership meeting indefinitely (FL)

Question: I live in a community governed by an HOA. This year was the first time an annual members’ meeting was not held in the community.  I believe three factors contributed to not having the meeting: a recent change in the voting procedures; the fact we only had two people submit their names as candidates for the two open positions on the board (which negates the requirement to have an election); and a limited understanding, despite repeated explanations to the president, of what an annual meeting is.     Read the Q&A……………


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