The rental leasing amendments only apply to owners who consent to it?
This question is submitted by Consuelo C. out of Florida
The condo voted to an amendment to change leasing from 1 month to 3 months, 83% agreed, 2 did not vote, and continued rents for 1 month. The Association Declaration of Condominium states that a vote by proxy or in person constitutes a quorum and the majority decides.
Some owners want 1 month's rental reinstated since those owners who didn’t participate in the voting process continue leasing for 1 month. The Board said it is legal as 718.110 (13) states the rental leasing amendments only apply to unit owners who consent to the amendment.
My questions are:
Does The Florida Act section 718.110(13) supersede the Association’s Declaration of Condominium quorum where the majority decided on 3 months' rentals?
718.110 (13) states the rental leasing amendments only apply to unit owners who consent to the amendments. If an owner, does not vote or participate in the process, will the owner be able to continue with the 1-month leasing since there was no consent?
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