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  • in reply to: Board Director Removal #369750
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    If that owner really insists and your attorneys feel he/she has a case, then I advise you to go ahead with the removal. You can always re-elect the Canadian anyway now that he’s a real homeowner.

    in reply to: How to remove HOA president? #369514
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    Maybe you can try talking to your president first before going straight to removal. If he/she was the only person who ran for the seat, won’t you have a hard time filling the vacancy if you remove him/her?

    in reply to: How to remove HOA president? #369511
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    How’s your president bad at his job exactly?

    in reply to: Question About Capital Contribution #369022
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    As far as I know, the Capital Contribution doesn’t need to be revealed at closing. Your agent or attorney should have definitely given you all the documents, but buying into an HOA requires due diligence on your part as well. If that resolution was passed a year ago, it should be in the association’s governing documents (which you should have read) that were given to you.

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