You really need to consult an attorney to review the condominium rules and regulations with respect to voting rights and continuing on in your position after your term expired. Civil conspiracy is fairly difficult to prove but you still may have rights and remedies that you should discuss with an attorney, such as collecting whatever fees you were entitled to collect and reimbursement for expenses incurred. An attorney may also be of help to deal with all the other owners ganging up on you. Best of luck.
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The condo docs will dictate how boards are elected. Sounds as if you haven't even had an annual meeting and election in a while, and many condo docs will say officers continue in office until their successor is elected. The other owners cannot just "elect" a board. The rules for calling a special meeting of the unit owners that is set forth in your documents has to be followed. Best that you get such a meeting set up an conduct an interim election until the next annual meeting as both sides here are creating a lot of legal limbo that could cause problems.
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