Washington Appellate Court: Condominium Bylaws Amendment Is Invalid

A recent Washington unpublished opinion concerned the amendment of a condominium association’s bylaws.  The condominium’s declaration stated that amending the bylaws required the approval of a majority of the unit owners.  The bylaws were amended in 2015 without the approval of a majority of the unit owners, and an owner challenged the validity of that amendment.  The Court of Appeals ruled that the bylaws amendment was invalid.    Read the article………………


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