Board president cannot waive statutory election deadlines

Question: Our condo will elect two directors to the board in a few weeks. I and a second candidate submitted our intent to run forms by the statutory deadline. However, a third person submitted his intent to run form after the deadline. I alerted the management company to this issue and received no response. Can this third person get elected to the board? Our current president said that, for this election, he will waive Section 718.112(4)(a) for this third candidate. Is this legal, and if not, what recourse do I have?   Read the Q&A…………..


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