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Re: “Does North Carolina give homeowners associations too much power?

In my case, a group of former HOA Board members are defaming the good names of the newly elected Board members because they aren't playing the game the old way (which had no transparency, no elections documented, no affirmative motions in meeting minutes - when they even occurred, no multi-vendor bidding on work, etc.). It is a clear power play - and vicious. "The Committee" as they call themselves have misinformed and lied to members to sign for a petition for a Special Meeting to discuss their vague charges and many members did not realize they were signing PROXIES (without proxy holders named) to remove the new Board members. Since NC allows for the removal of a Board member "with or without cause" according to the HOA atty, the current Board has no leg to stand on by claiming false pretenses were used. Every meeting The Committee holds, every email they anonymously send to the association includes there "charges" of "Financial Misconduct". How can there be no recourse? This is a case of the accused has the burden of proof that the false charges are just that false. That is not the way the justice system works. But it is the way HOA law works. It must change!!!

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Posted by NoMoreSheep on 10/17/2015 at 7:55 PM

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