Outline for transition of control of association from the declarant to the unit owners of the community (CT)

When a condominium or other common interest community is created, the declarant is ordinarily the owner of all of the new units and, as such, controls the community association. By the time the declarant transfers all of the units and departs, the unit owners should have all of the votes in the association and the power to elect its officers and directors. The unit owner-controlled association should also have possession of all of the books, records, and property of the association to enable it to function on behalf of the unit owners.    Read the PDF…………..


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