Declaration should define majority for amendment change

Q: I recently received a notice from my condominium about an amendment to our declaration of condominium. The notice stated that this amendment could be approved by a two-thirds vote of the members who attend the meeting. This strikes me as ridiculous. A quorum for a meeting in our association is only half the members; therefore a very small number of people could approve an amendment that would affect everybody. Is this legal?   Read the article…………..


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