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The members can appear at the board meeting and propose from the floor a motion that the matter be tabled for further investigation and discussion. The chair of the meeting would then have to call for a vote and if the majority votes to table the matter it would be held off until the next meeting. If the chair refuses, then the membership needs to hire a local attorney to go to court to file for a declaratory judgment action seeking to invalidate any vote taken and to get the court to rule whether or not the association could have voted once there was a vote of the members to table the matter or whether the vote taken without a quorum was even valid.
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