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Ownership for HOA Board Meeting Vote

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Hi, we have an upcoming HOA Board Meeting scheduled where my husband (recently got married so he's not on the title now) wants to run for an open Director position.  Our Board President says he can run as long as she receives a copy of our Title (with his name on it) before the meeting.  We have created a Quit Claim Deed to add him (per our Mortgage Company's instructions) and have notarized and filed it with the County.  She says this isn't good enough and is insisting on a copy of the title.  Legally, does the Quit Claim Deed satisfy the ownership requirement to run for an HOA Board position?  Our CCRs say you must be an owner.  Thanks.

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Your Board President is an idiot.

 

Once the quitclaim deed is properly executed and recorded IT IS the "title" and he IS an owner.

 

Once you record it you can get certified copies of the deed. You don't want to part with the original.

 

I suggest you have a lawyer create the quitclaim deed for you to make sure it's right.

 

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1 hour ago, susanwilliams said:

Legally, does the Quit Claim Deed satisfy the ownership requirement to run for an HOA Board position?

 

The "requirement" of which you speak is either contained in your CC&Rs or the HOA's by-laws, both of which no one here has read.  Either that or the "requirement" is something that the HOA or the particular director you mentioned arbitrarily made up.

 

P.S.  There is no such thing as "the title" such that "a copy of the title" could be obtained and provided.

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