The worry for me is that any board member can be accused of "Ultra Vires" acts that can cause them to be held personally liable. I have no idea what is going on but if the board is not running properly I would not want to be part of a dysfunctional secretive board.
If I were to do so, can I utilize the information I have about the conduct of the board, this being a prime example, if I were to ever seek litigation?
If you find that this is what is occurring the owners could have the ability to file suit as well.
"The Michigan Supreme Court has previously held that acts of directors that are ultra vires subject a director to liability as they cannot be in good faith, reasonably prudent and/or in the best interests of the corporation. Dodge v Ford Motor Co, 204 Mich 459, 489; 170 NW 668, 678 (1919) (“The management of the corporation and its affairs rests in the board of directors, and no court will interfere or substitute its judgment so long as the proposed actions are not ultra vires or fraudulent.”)." https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/does-board-directors-michigan-condominium-association-kevin-hirzel?forceNoSplash=true
When a court determines that the board is not acting within the rules or acting on bad faith individual board members can be personally liable. I would step down if you have these concerns.
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