Top Reasons to Amend a Community Association’s Governing Documents

Whether your community’s documents are relatively new or have been recorded for several decades, this article is intended to provide a basis for determining why amendments should be considered. Governing documents generally include the Declaration (or Master Deed for condominiums created under the Horizontal Property Act), Articles of Incorporation (for associations that are incorporated), Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, Plats, and Plans. The governing documents may also include Design or Architectural Guidelines. A Public Offering Statement is not part of the governing documents. It is important to consider which document(s) will be amended in order to determine the correct process and procedure.     Read the article……………….


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