Ask An Expert: About Your Condo, HOA Rules (FL)

I am a resident in a community governed by a condominium association. I recently attended the board of directors meeting at which the annual budget for next year was discussed, voted on and approved by the board. For as many years as I can remember the unit owners were allowed to vote to waive reserve accounts. However, at this year’s budget meeting unit owners were not permitted to vote to waive reserves. Many of the unit owners in attendance objected but were told by the board president that the decision to permit unit owners to vote to waiver reserves is a board decision, and that unit owners cannot overrule that decision. What rights do unit owners have force the board to permit them to vote to waive reserves?     Read the article…………….


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