—Same Old in New Brunswick
“Since there must be a board of directors in place to control the affairs of the association, most governing documents, as well as the New Jersey Non Profit Corporations Act provide that a director whose term has expired at the annual meeting will continue to serve as a director until his or her successor is elected. Therefore, if a quorum is not reached at the annual meeting, any director whose term has expired should continue to serve as a director until that director's successor is elected. Such an election should be at the next meeting of the association members at which there is a quorum.
“There is generally a provision in association's governing documents which would provide for "removal of members of the board." The general wording is "at any duly held and constituted regular or special meeting of the unit owners, any one or more trustees may be removed with or without cause by vote of a majority of the unit owners present, provided that notice of the meeting expressly includes this item." Therefore, owners often can remove existing board members. However, a quorum and a proper meeting will be necessary.”