HOA Homefront: Conflicts of interest and when to step aside (CA)

If one is involved in a decision affecting or involving that person uniquely as opposed to the community generally, that is a conflict of interest. Directors and committee members should avoid involvement in discussions or decisions in which they have a conflict of interest. Once a conflict presents itself, the only decision is to avoid involvement. No matter how principled a person thinks they are, if they participate in a decision in which they have a conflict, they damage both their and the board’s credibility. Worse yet, the action might be set aside later under Corporations Code 7233.    Read the article…………


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