Condo Owners Can Speak Freely

Question: We live in a large condominium project, and a number of us are quite concerned about our Board of Directors. We are not permitted to attend their Board meetings, we have tried to get copies of the financial statements without success, and we suspect that at least one of the Board members is getting kick-backs from the various contractors that are hired to do work at the project.  The current Board will continue to serve until next April when there will be an annual meeting and another election. Many of us are interested in having a recall of the Board, but when we have circulated newsletters to other owners, we have been threatened with libel suits by several of the Board members.  What legal rights do we have?    Read the Q&A……………


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