Michigan's new Condominium Act, which has only just become effective (Sept 21), has no specific provision for the removal of a director. There is, however, a provision in the corporations laws MCL 450.15111 which permits the shareholders (in your case, condominium members) to remove a director based upon a majority vote of the membership.
The threat of removal is really the only actual that will get a board of director's attention. Consequently, if you have a majority of members who are willing to vote for removal, you can show up at a board meeting, demand a vote and vote one of the directors off of the board. And, you can keep doing this until you get enough attention to have something substantial done about the property management.
I could suggest all sorts of other possible recourse, but court action is very costly, and writing and complaining to the board is usually met with a smile, but not much else. Whereas, if a host of members march into the next board meeting and threaten to start removing board members, I'm pretty sure you will get action in a hurry.
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