Term limits restrict ability to serve on board

Question: I am hoping that you can explain how the new statutory condominium term limits will work. We have a nine- member board, with each director serving two-year terms. This year, five positions will be up for election — three of the five existing directors will have reached their term limit in accordance with the new law.  Assume that two of the five directors who have not reached their term limit run again. Also assume that there is only one new, non-term-limited candidate to fill the remaining three open positions. If all three of the existing directors that have reached their term limit want to run for election, how do we determine which one of the three cannot run, because their term limit has been reached?    Read the Q&A…………..


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