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It appears that you may have an action based upon breach of fiduciary dutyThe Board of Directors has a fiduciary duty to the owners. One of those duties is to enforce all the rules and restrictions fairly and nondiscriminatorily and to act in the best interest of all community members.You may consider writing the board a letter, rrr stating that they are in violation of their fiduciary duties and are acting outside the scope of their authority. If they do not correct their actions, you may have to file suit.
I was aware of fiduciary duty but there is another point of law that explicitly addresses this action but I haven't found that law yet.
I do not know what you are referring to.
I will opt out – perhaps another expert can assist you
I remember reading it in the definition section but a can't remember where.
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