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Directors can be removed only in accordance with your bylaws
of your non-profit. If the board will not vote out these directors, then you need to consider running someone against them at your annual meeting to replace them. Those are the ways directors are removed and you are bound to the bylaws with removal of the directors.
Just because you paid for your website and you designed it, without a written agreement to the contrary, the site would belong to the non-profit as you did turn it over to them. Thus, the non-profit would likely be able to win if they fought to stop you from taking the site from them and reusing it unless the non-profit is indeed dissolved and you reform.
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