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Subject: Special Meeting to Remove Board Members
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KatieL
(Texas)

Posts:21


10/23/2012 8:03 AM  
If a special meeting is called to vote to remove a couple of board members, can the board members also vote (all of them)?

Thanks.
TimB4
(Virginia)

Posts:16706


10/23/2012 8:07 AM  
If this is a general membership meeting being called and all the Directors are also members of the Association (i.e. homeowners) then yes.

Also, any Director (member or not) may be a proxy representative for another member (that is if proxy voting is allowed).
KatieL
(Texas)

Posts:21


10/23/2012 8:46 AM  
Thank you for that reply Tim. We have 2 board member that just flat out need not be there. A group of people asked us about calling a special meeting according to our bylaws to see if we can vote to remove them. We're preparing everything according to the bylaws, but they had a question as to whether the board members themselves could vote.

That answers my question! Thank you again.
JohnC46
(South Carolina)

Posts:9322


10/23/2012 4:52 PM  
I agree with Tim.

Being on a BOD oes not remove my ability to vote on issues (recall) presented for "all owners" be it to establish a quorum and/or vote.

JohnC46
(South Carolina)

Posts:9322


10/23/2012 4:55 PM  
EDIT

DOES not remove my ability. The same as owner, myself voting for myself to be on the BOD.

Will Romney vote for Romney?

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