How does a board member legally act in the best interest of homeowners?

Q: I am a member of our homeowners’ association board of directors who was recently appointed to fill a vacate position. I have never acted as a board member. I read some materials relating to the work of board members which stated that board members owe the homeowners a fiduciary duty. Could you explain what that means in the context of the work board members do while acting in that capacity?      Read the Q&A…………………..

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