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 What are the steps to change bylaws in a condominium association in new jersey?

Answer Read your governing documents to discover the process for your condominium. There is no standard, but generally, a vote of a majority of owners is required.
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What are the steps in changing bylaws of a condominium association?

Your governing documents are specific about amending your by-laws, because this process is different in every community. The steps may include: Working with your association's attorney to craft the... Read More »
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Can a homeowners association establish new bylaws would these bylaws have to be added to the original deeds for each unit?

Generally, yes. The right to amend bylaws or establish new bylaws is usually reserved in the documents that created the condominium and its HOA. Those documents should outline the procedure. As to ... Read More »
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What are the consiquences of a Condominium Association putting a lien on your condominium home in Ohio?

If Ohio is like most other states, the recorded lien effectively clouds your title, so when you attempt to sell the unit, the lien shows up in the title search. As owner, the lien may also appear o... Read More »
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If you proceed through courts against a condominium association where and how can you collect the legal data for that particular association?

Your attorney would use the Discovery Process to subpoena the records necessary. The organizational papers for the association should be a public record.
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