Recalling a Member of Your HOA Board of Directors

Question: I have owned my home and have served on the Board of Directors of my Community Association for several years. Most of the Board members with whom I serve are hard-working and genuinely concerned about the welfare of our Association. However, in my opinion, one of our Board members appears to be using his position to further his own personal and private objectives. He tries to obstruct everything that the Board wants to accomplish, and has made false statements to Board members. He also does not attend many of the Board meetings.  How can we remove him from the Board? There are two years left on his term of office.   Read the article……….


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