HOA Homefront: What if the HOA held an election and too few people voted?

Q. Mr. Richardson: I have been on our HOA board for 11 years. We have an election every year, but we never receive enough ballots from owners to meet quorum. We have to go door to door after the election asking owners to sign ballots. Are we required to do this or could we just accept and act on the ballots that are returned?   Read the Q&A…………..


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