Board Malfeasance What to Do if You Suspect Foul Play

What should residents do if they suspect fraud, self dealing or malfeasance?
Most co-op, condo, and HOA boards are made up of honest people who truly want to act in the best interest of their community -- but sometimes bad actors do wind up on boards, and sometimes even whole boards can be corrupt. In this short clip, two legal pros discuss what non-board residents can do if they suspect that something fishy is afoot with their board. 

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