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By CondoAssociation.com • July 17, 2019

Developer wants to change the plan from what owners bought into

Our developer went bankrupt and the bank sold the remaining 56 lot of the original 94 lots to a new developer.  The new developer wants to change the plan and build duplex units on lots originally planned as 4 unit town home units. This would increase our lawn, and plowing, and irrigation expenses and decrease the assessments that we receive. Can a builder legally make changes to the association agreements and unilaterally make these changes to his benefit and the detriment of the association. There is a conflict of interest in our view. When must a developer turn over the association to the home owners? Comments please. Thank you

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