Condo Q & A: President can’t buck the association board (FL)

Q: I am one of five directors on my homeowners’ association’s board. After this year’s annual meeting, we elected new officers. The person voted in as president says that he can make any decision he chooses, and does not need a vote from the board. For example, he has said that he can terminate our manager’s contract and that if the board wanted to change managers and he disagreed, he could stop the action. Is this correct?      Read the Q&A…………..


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