2010 Florida Statutes
Removal of officers and directors.
Removal of officers and directors.—
Any member may bring charges against an officer or director by filing them in writing with the secretary of the association, together with a petition signed by 10 percent of the members, requesting the removal of the officer or director in question. The removal shall be voted upon at the next regular or special meeting of the association, and by a vote of a majority of the members, the association may remove the officer or director and fill the vacancy. The director or officer against whom such charges have been brought shall be informed in writing of the charges previous to the meeting and shall have an opportunity at the meeting to be heard in person or by counsel and to present witnesses, and the person bringing the charges against him or her shall have the same opportunity.
In case the bylaws provide for election of directors by districts with primary elections in each district then the petition for removal of a director must be signed by 20 percent of the members residing in the district from which he or she was elected. The board of directors must call a special meeting of the members residing in that district to consider the removal of the director. By a vote of the majority of the members of that district, the director in question shall be removed from office.
s. 15, ch. 9300, 1923; CGL 6480; s. 15, ch. 14675, 1931; s. 110, ch. 97-102.