Asked by Bluffton, South Carolina • Thu Jan 28, 2010
ned as to how the entire voting procedure was handled. The Monday after the election a homeowner contracted our property manager and notified him of voting ballots being completed by two people who did not hold the proxies for these ballots. The board was not notified of this and did not become aware of this information until was Sunday, with exception of one board who knew about three weeks earlier. After reviewing the proxies, we found one forged proxy (verified by homeowner), proxies with different penmanship and varying ink, different ink, and other issues that would question why the property manager would have accepted these proxies. He states they probably meant for her to have them. The board does not wish to take any actions re: this information. Decisions are being made in excess of $1000 for repairs for homes that have divided our community. Are we fulfilling our fiduciary responsibility? Can I be held liable in civilly - D&O does not cover "dishonest acts"? Much Thanks M
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