There isn't enough information to answer your question. Obtain the bylaws of your HOA.
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I have no idea what you are asking. You need to get your thoughts together and provide a post which provides all of the necessary information about just what it is that you are trying to accomplish and what this court mandated meeting is. Better yet, contact an attorney in your area familiar with HOA representation.
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