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Good evening. I understand your frustration. Fortunately, as the one in control, you have the authority to both terminate him and make him relinquish the car. He will have no right to retain the car.
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Unless your bylaws specifically state that unanimous vote if required to amend the bylaws, you can amend the bylaws with your vote.
"Article XI. Amendments
These by-Laws may be altered, amended or repealed and new BY-Laws may be adopted by the board of directors any regular or special meeting of the board of directors"
Since I'm the only one that can vote on the board, does that mean I can amend the by-laws even if my partner protests?
Yes, based on that language, you can amend the bylaws without your partner's consent.