What can a ‘fed up’ President do?

I am President of a Community of Property Owners and I am about to resign the position. I am completely fed up with some owners who have everything to SAY but will not stand for President. One main problem is our Administrators. 

When you quote anything to them, they just say, that is their opinion. You never see the rules, that is, the law. When I quote you, they never agree with what you quote or say. Only, that is his opinion.

Can I insist that the new President appoint a new administration company? Can I insist that we appoint a British accountant to audit the books for the last 15 years?

I strongly feel that nothing adds up. They will not do the accounts in English, only in Spanish.

B J C (Costa Blanca)

I hope you feel better for getting it off your chest. Keep in mind that you will not resign as President. You will officially be President until the Community votes in a new one.
The President does not appoint the Administrators. The Community must do that by majority vote at the AGM. The same goes for the naming of auditors.

Send your questions for David Searl through lawyers Ubeda-Retana and Associates in Fuengirola at [email protected], or call 952 667 090.

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