Inactivity does not invalidate homeowner’s association

Q:One of our members told the homeowners’ association board that there is a new “rule” that recently went into effect that would invalidate our status as a homeowners’ association. He says that this is because the bylaws have never been revised and we continue to operate under the developer’s original bylaws. Is what he is saying true?    Read the article……….


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