Board Quorum at Annual Meeting
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BOARD QUORUM AT ANNUAL MEETING

QUESTION: Is a board quorum needed at the annual meeting of the homeowners in order to conduct business, e.g., elections, nominations from the floor, etc.?

ANSWER: No, a board quorum is not needed at membership meetings. A quorum of directors is needed for board meetings. For membership  meetings, a quorum of members not directors is needed. The president, however, needs to be present to conduct membership meetings (or someone in the president's place).

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