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Subject: annual meeting voting right
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JohnW46
(Texas)

Posts:1


03/08/2019 8:31 AM  
our bye-laws express one vote unit if u own 50 units out 113 do u get 50 votes its ruined our property help
ND
(PA)

Posts:438


03/08/2019 8:50 AM  
If I interpret the statement and question correctly . . .

If docs permit 1 vote per unit and a single entity owns 50 units, then yes, that single entity get 50 votes (1 vote per unit owned).

Similarly, the entity would owe 50x the assessment (1 assessment per unit owned).
MarkM31
(Washington)

Posts:494


03/08/2019 9:18 AM  
Posted By JohnW46 on 03/08/2019 8:31 AM
our bye-laws express one vote unit if u own 50 units out 113 do u get 50 votes its ruined our property help




You could move.

50 is less than 1/2 of 113
RichardP13


Posts:0


03/08/2019 9:30 AM  
It depends. If under developer rule, they could get three votes per lot, but ONLY the developer, not a homeowner. Typically, but not always, you get ONE vote per unit owned.
GenoS
(Florida)

Posts:3799


03/08/2019 3:31 PM  
If I read you correctly, the answer is "yes". If I own 50 units/lots/parcels then I get 50 votes.
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