What Are Fiduciary Duties of Board?
Your association's board is often called upon to make judgments about various important community issues. A member might sue the association over a decision he or she thinks is in the interest of individuals on the board and not in the best interest of the association. A member might sue an association based on the concept of fiduciary duty. A fiduciary duty is a legal obligation imposed on all board members. It refers to their duty of loyalty to the association. Board members have a fiduciary duty to the association.
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