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How does HOA overide tyrannical President's veto power?

We have a small HOA (only 5 homes with a possible 2 more to be built whenever) in Michigan. The developer is a very narcissistic, unscrupulous individual (that is putting it mildly) that just resigned his position as President. He challenges everything we want to do to improve our sub or our houses. Our HOA documents clearly state that he can veto any decision that we vote on. Because the two lots that are for sale (that is where the other 2 homes could be built) are in his sons name, therefore he has no voting rights afforded to him other than a veto for what we decide to do. With that being said, what course of action can we take to repeal/over ride his veto power? He is one that likes to bully everyone in the subdivision, it doesn't matter how the person is. I've had numerous disagreements with him to the point where he filed a complaint with the police department (that is why I'm not a board member). Because he's not held true to his proposal agreement when he wanted approval to build the subdivision, the city is looking at legal action against him if he doesn't adhere to what he agreed to almost 12 years ago. Have a great day, hope to hear from you soon, thank you.

Is HOA owner-developer a one-man voting block?

Can an owner-developer vote the number of units he owns (125) as to approve or waive the reserves.

Does condo owner have right to new unit sales info in building?

I own a unit in a 65 year old building that was converted from apartments to condos five years ago. There are still several condos for sale by the developer in the building. The developer does not share sales information with homeowners. It is as if it is a secret how many units are left to sell. My question is...as a homeowner do I have a legal right to sales information within the building?

Condo conversions: when can we start collecting fees from owners?

Is there a percentage of ownership before requiring condo fee's? My condo started switching the apartments over to condos. We have over 300 condos and only 34 owners...the other condos are renters or empty. How is this legal? On top of that, we don't even have a condo association board. This is my second year paying $144/month for water, sanitation and trash. The frustrating part is that the streets are messed up, trash is not being picked up on the grounds and we have more renters than owners. Please advise...I am ready to get all of the owners together but need more direction to do it the professional and correct way.

How to transfer property to the home owner's association?

In the process of transferring the condominium property to the home owner association, does the Declaration of Flexible Condominium supersede a previous Deed between the developer and property landowner. Should there be a Deed with the homeowner association? Both documents are on court record with the Deed recorded first and the Declaration following a few years later after development construction was near completion.  PA

Is owner in CT obligated to allow contractors to install gutter heaters?

I am paying a special assessment for ice damming repairs, including attic insulation, and heater cables in gutters. I already had my attic insulated. I don't trust the electric company installing the interior heater cable switch.


Can FL builder prohibit solar tube installation?

I live in a villa in Florida under HOA Statute 720.


Failed Chicago condo conversion wants to revert to apartments

I'm the president of a 40 unit failed condo conversion in the Chicago suburbs. Currently the balance of owner occupied to rented units is about 60% owner occupied and 40% renters, and there are 2 units that look like they are going to be sold to renters. There are 2 multi-part questions facing the board now

What recourse does owner have to force HOA meeting in Carrollton, GA?

The builder of our community is still the declarant as we are not 98 percent sold. I've spoken with the management company we use and the declarant will not hold an HOA meeting. It has been two years and their are many issues that need to be addressed. What recourse do I have?

Who funds repairs for mistakes left by long-gone Chicago developer?

Our development was foreclosed on by the who provided the financing for the developer before it was completed. The development is for 30 units in 15 buildings. 

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