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Making amendments to condo association bylaws

stephen polinsky on Thu, Mar 11, 2010 @ 08:11 AM


Our New York 55+ condo association just sent out a letter about an addition to the condo association bylaws, not an amendment. Also included in the encondo association bylawsvelope is ONE page containing both 1) a proxy that specifically names the Secretary of the Board as the person to act on the proxy, and 2) a voting form that requires the homeowner to enter their name and address. Homeowners are directed to respond with a vote or proxy by March 15. A meeting on the issue will be held on March 25. Our bylaws clearly state that a meeting to discuss amendments is required before a decision is made on amending bylaws. Isn't all of this illegal? The last amendment was passed the same way a year ago.

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