Homeowners’ Disapproval of Election Doesn’t Invalidate Results
Facts: Two homeowners in a planned community complained about the election and qualifications of the people elected to the board of the association. They became concerned when the developer of the community, in accordance with the bylaws of the association, turned over certain common areas of real property to the association. The bylaws required that members of the association board resign and a new election be held by members of the association after that happened. However, that was not done.
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