What to Do if Your Condo Association Special Assessment Vote Fails

At this point, we’ve discussed the need for a Special Assessment in great detail. You’ve done all of the work, but your Owners rejected your plan. We’ll assume for the sake of this article that the work simply must be done, so we’re going to discuss what your options are to move the ball forward if your Condo Association Special Assessment vote fails.     Read the article…………


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