Flawed voting procedure on condo board

Q. We belong to a Common Interest Community Association. The board of directors of our association consists of three employees of the developer; we are still under developer control. During each of the two quarterly meetings held so far this year, the board did not vote on any of the issues being considered. Rather, a board member just made a motion and it was seconded by another board member. Then they moved on to the next issue, without taking any vote. The board thinks the motions were approved. Is this lapse in actual voting permitted?     Read the Q&A…………..


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