I was appointed as a member of the Board of my condo association in Jomtien while I was away from Thailand. So I signed a Power of Attorney for another owner and board member to cast my votes and to sign documents pertaining to the condo association on my behalf.
I fear he may have caused me to be liable for common -area expenses in the event of non-payment by the homeowners association. There are only 28 owners and only three of us are on the board.
Also, I now realize that, with my vote and his, he commands a majority of the Board and can approve anything he wants to approve. Any advice would be appreciated.
Yes, he does have the right to make all condo Board decisions as long as the Power of Attorney you granted to him remains in effect.
Revoke the Power of Attorney you signed by sending him a written notice to that effect. If you do not want to be on the board, then send a written letter of resignation to him and to the other board member effective immediately as well.
But first, state that you will no longer be responsible for any payments or liabilities other than for your own condo in that development. In order to do this properly, send the letter to the person who has your Power of Attorney and ask him to cancel all contracts for which you may have future financial responsibility or liability. Give him 7 days to complete this instruction, then rescind his Power of Attorney and submit your own resignation from the board.
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