Board of Directors Acted in Association’s Best Interest
Facts: A member sued the association and its board members for allegedly breaching their fiduciary duties by rubber-stamping a neighbor's application to build a home on an adjacent lot of land. The member also alleged that the neighbor's planned development would violate the governing document by interfering with the member's views, outlook, and surroundings. The association asked the trial court for a judgment without a ruling in its favor, and the trial court granted the association's request. The member appealed.
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