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By CondoAssociation.com • May 30, 2019

Was I wrong to lawyer up to force our new HOA away from developer?

Our development is one building with 5 units. They are now all sold and we have been waiting for the developer to start the transition process for the HOA. He never approached us to get the transition in place. After doing research online it seemed the right idea to talk with a lawyer. I sent a letter in all owner's names to request documents to get it started he never responded. Finally had to have the lawyer get in touch with him. He stated to the lawyer he was angry at us because we "lawyered up". Is it wrong to engage a lawyer to help with the transition of the HOA, to be sure we set it up appropriately and for long-term success? Did I circumvent the developer by talking with a lawyer? I don't understand why he would be angry at that? Unless he was doing something illegal.  North Providence, Rhode Island

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