Criteria for board of directors membership
(1) Each member of the board of directors of the association of unit owners must be an individual and, except as provided in subsections (2) and (3) of this section, an owner or co-owner of a unit in the condominium.
(2) A director appointed by a declarant under ORS 100.200 (Declarant control of association) need not be an owner or co-owner of a unit in the condominium.
(3)(a) Except as otherwise provided in the bylaws, prior to election to the board of directors, an individual described in this subsection, upon request of the board, shall provide the board with documentation satisfactory to the board that the individual is qualified to represent the entity or is a trustee or is serving in a fiduciary capacity for the owner of a unit.
(b) If a corporation, limited liability company or partnership owns a unit in the condominium or owns an interest in an entity that owns a unit in the condominium, an officer, employee or agent of a corporation, a member, manager, employee or agent of a limited liability company, or a partner, employee or agent of a partnership may serve on the board of directors.
(c) A trustee may serve on the board of directors if the trustee holds legal title to a unit in the condominium in trust for the benefit of the owner of the beneficial interest in the unit.
(d) An executor, administrator, guardian, conservator, or other individual appointed by a court to serve in a fiduciary capacity for an owner of a unit, or an officer or employee of an entity if the person appointed is an entity, may serve on the board of directors.
(4) The position of an individual serving on the board of directors under subsection (3) of this section automatically becomes vacant if the individual no longer meets the requirements of subsection (3) of this section. [2009 c.641 §18]
Note: 100.416 (Criteria for board of directors membership) was added to and made a part of ORS chapter 100 by legislative action but was not added to any smaller series therein. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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