: I had a temper tantrum and resigned last summer after a dispute with another director. At our annual election, homeowners voted for me as a write-in, so I was elected. I just received a letter from our management company that says the "nomination is considered invalid due to my resignation." Can they keep me off the board?
: Unless your governing documents state otherwise, your resignation from one board does not disqualify you from being elected to future boards. As provided for in Civil Code §5105(a)
, qualified candidates may nominate themselves to serve on the board.
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