Question: You mentioned in a recent column legislative changes that had to do with the procedures for recalling a condominium board member. Could you clarify what those changes were? Our documents are quite clear on the number of signatures needed to call an election, and that the board member can be removed by a majority… Continue Reading
A board member may only be removed by a vote of the owners pursuant to the recall provisions of the Florida Condominium Act. The board of directors does have the authority to remove a director from an officer position.
There are different laws governing condominiums, cooperatives and homeowners’ associations in Florida. This post explains a few of those differences.
Board members can catch a lot of heat if the community pool closes, especially in this time of the year. We first explained the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act in Many Florida Condos & HOAs Must Comply with Pool & Spa Safety Act and then re-addressed issues concerning community pools in the following posts: Community Pools… Continue Reading
While the recall process is widely known, many community leaders are unaware of a process authorized by the Division of Florida Condominiums, Time Shares and Mobile Homes referred to as a “reverse recall”. A recall attempt may fail if the Board of Directors does not handle the recall effectively. In many instances there is a… Continue Reading