Maryland General Assembly Passes Legislation To Allow Reduced Number Of Votes To Amend Condo Bylaws

Both houses of the Maryland General Assembly have passed legislation that would reduce the number votes required to amend condominium bylaws. House Bill 789 was approved unanimously in both the House of Delegates and State Senate. The new law would reduce the required percentage vote for an amendment of the bylaws from two-thirds to 55 percent.    Read the article…………


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