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Yes, you can petition to get the election vacated if the developer did not follow the CC&R and the bylaws in the election process. This is done by filing a petition for declaratory judgment in the court and getting the court to order the new elections held and also seeking damages
for the money taken out of the accounts.
The attorney is going to have to file the suit if they find that the developer did not follow the bylaws in conducting this election. I am afraid that if the attorney finds that the developer did follow the bylaws and CC&R, you could end up stuck with this board until the next election.
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