I was happy to find your site. We are a small condo association in Rhode Island. We are a three tiered system we have 13 cottages that are individual owned and are par of one association. Then we have two large house with two units each. Next we have a third "Association" called the Master Association. All three associations have a board of directors. We will eventually be governed by the board of the master. This master will have 2 directors from each member associations. The declarant has transferred association management for the cottages (site condos) to the "cottages". He has not transferred to the "Manorhouse" or "Master". Now he wants to transfer management to us for the Master and "Manorhouse". He has not finished the landscaping, completed the road with berms or fixed drainage problems in the roadway. We want to tell him that we will not accept the transfer until he fixes the problems. Can this be done? His lawyer sent us an email on Friday after noon to set-up a meeting to transfer on this Wednesday, July 1 - giving us 3 days notice. In his notice he states "Pursuant to the condominium documents, Pleasant Street Court, L.L.C. shall be transferring declarant control over the affairs of the Pleasant Street Master Condo Association and the Pleasant Street Manorhouse Condo Association, effective June 29 2015.
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