C.M. from outside of Connecticut writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
Mister Condo replies:
C.M., the loss of a Board President can be concerning to any community association. Ideally, the resignation is done publicly and unit owners are notified in timely fashion via the association’s newsletter, website, or even a mailed notice. However, unless your governing documents state elsewise, I am not aware of any requirement that required the Board to notify unit owners of the resignation. In fact, the Board President’s resignation should have little to no impact on the typical unit owner as the Board President is simply the Board member who fills the office position. When the Board President resigns, the Board Vice President fills the role until the next election cycle, which is usually within the year at the Annual Meeting. Hope that helps!