All owners usually must OK converting common elements to private

Question: Is the majority in a condo HOA entitled to “privatize” common areas? I live in a two-story building in Century Village, with eight apartments on the first floor and eight condos on the second floor.  The owners living on the first floor are looking for signatures in order to get a majority vote to allow them to build and enjoy the “privacy” of their own patio, and prevent other owners from crossing their patios. Can they do this?   Read the Q&A……………..

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