HOW TO REMOVE SOMEBODY FROM OFFICE WHO WAS ALREADY REMOVED FROM
Published February 12, 2021
Washington is all full of
surprises – wouldn’t you say?
Now the Democrats want to
remove a president from office who no longer is in office,
costing taxpayers millions of dollars for another impeachment
scam. It’s just a stupid propaganda campaign to smear our
It’s a little different in
community associations. Even if the board can remove a president
from office by simple majority vote, the president is still a
board member with one vote on the board.
Only the membership who
elected this now former president to the board, can remove
him/her from the board. But in community associations it doesn’t
require lengthy speeches – many words, no facts and false
accusations – to remove the board member, it just takes a recall
petition signed by 50% + 1 of the voting membership. It’s as
easy as 1, 2 , 3 if all the necessary steps required by the
statutes are followed to the dot [see: FS 718.112(2)(j),
FS 719.106(f) + FS 720.303(10)].
In community associations
it may take two steps to remove a president from power, and it’s
up to the membership to take the necessary steps, not some
voting machines and/or foreign powers.
If you live in a community
association in Florida, make sure that your board president –
and the board members -- are making the right decisions and
follow the laws and the governing documents.
A bad president supported by a useless board (in Washington
called House of Representatives) can ruin your private finances
in a heart-beat. Make sure to remove them from office while in
office – the legal way!
||Jan Bergemann is president of Cyber Citizens For Justice,
's largest state-wide property owners' advocacy group.
CCFJ works on legislation to help owners living in
associations. He moved to
in 1995 - hoping to retire. He moved into a HOA, where the
developer cheated the homeowners and used the association dues
for his own purposes. End of retirement!
CCFJ was born in the year 2000, when some owners met in
- finding out that power is only in numbers. Bergemann was a
member of Governor Jeb Bush's HOA Task force in 2003/2004.
The organization has two websites to inform interested
homeowners and condo owners:
News Website: http://www.ccfj.net/.
Educational Website: http://www.ccfjfoundation.net/.
We think that only owners can really represent owners, since all
service providers surely have a different interest! We are
trying to create owner-friendly laws, but the best laws are
useless without enforcement. And enforcement is totally lacking