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I am a member of a condo association with 6 members. One member is the developer and still owns 2 units. He is in charge of the association, is the only one in charge, does not abide by the by-laws, has changed the assessment split without an amendment, and is now threatening to file an order of possession against my unit for not paying the new split percentage (which is not in keeping with our by-laws). How to you protect your rights if there is only one person in charge of the association and he doesn't abide by the by-laws that he issued at the time you purchased your condo?
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