The POA failed to call annual meetings of members, amended the CC&Rs unreasonably and without lot owner approval at properly noticed meetings o f members, collected special assessments prior to turnover without the approval of a majority of members at a properly noticed meeting with a quorum, committed numerous other violations o f law and CC&Rs as described in detail herein, all in violation of the Florida Statutes, specifically cited herein, the Governing Documents and the June 24 Court Order.
With less than two months left for the election, the Plaintiffs discovered that the conspirators, in a desperate attempt to maintain a strangle hold on the POA
DCS directed the POA, in fulfillment of the conspiracy, to request zoning and use changes for Bella Collina, which include, but are not limited to, relocating the site of many amenities from their originally planned, desirable location to a new, less desirable location
The Court has subject matter jurisdiction over the federal claims alleged herein pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §1331, because those claims arise under the laws of the United States (18 U.S.C. §1961, et seq.).