HOA board may have right to modify common areas without owner approval

Question: We live in a small (64-unit) townhouse development governed by a five-member board. Each unit has a garage and a 30-foot driveway, and we have a dozen or so guest parking spaces. Our documents do not address parking, and we haven’t had a problem over the use of our parking, but we have had an increase in the last few years in the number of residents with two cars and overstuffed garages. Our board has decided that we have a parking problem and are discussing creating additional parking on parts of our common area, paid for by the residents.    Read the Q&A…………….


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