How to Remove a Condo Director Who Is Acting Unethically

We are often asked what can be done about a rogue director or about a director who acts unethically. This question sometimes comes from other directors and often from dissatisfied owners. The traditional way of removing a director is either to get elected in his/her place at the end of his/her term or to have the director removed at an owner’s meeting duly called for that purpose.     Read the article……….


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