Transition of Association Governance from Declarant to Unit Owner Control

This is a two part article concerning “declarant transition,” the process by which the governance of a unit owner’ association is transferred from declarant to unit owner control. Part I, below, is an overview of the legal requirements in the District of Columbia that govern the transition process. Part II of this article will contain a “transition checklist” for transitioning unit owner-controlled boards of directors.   Read the article…………..


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