1. According to the statutes a person who has been convicted of any felony in this state or in a United States District or Territorial Court, or who has been convicted of any offense in another jurisdiction that would be considered a felony if committed in this state, is not eligible for board membership unless such felon's civil rights have been restored for a period of no less than 5 years as of the date on which such person seeks election to the board. .
2. Board member term expire at the annual meeting, but a board member can be reelected unless otherwise permitted by the bylaws.
3. If the bylaws permit staggered terms of no more than 2 years, a board member can serve 2-year staggered terms if a majority of the total voting interest approves it.
4. If no one is interested running in opposition to a board member whose term has expired, that board member is automatically reappointed to the board without having to stand for reelection.
5. CO-owners of a unit may not serve as board members at the same time in condos of more than 10 units.
6. A person who has been suspended or removed by the division is not eligible to be a candidate.
7. A unit owner delinquent in the payment of any fee or assessment for more than 90 days is not eligible to run for office.