Majority Rules or Rule by Super Majority? It Depends…

Posted on June 7th, 2016

In the latest issue of Association Help Now, David Bryne, managing partner of Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Practice Group addresses the tricky question of vote counting when it comes to issues affecting the declarations and bylaws of homeowner’s associations.

“In New Jersey, the general rule is the amendment percentage is set by the document that is sought to be amended, except in certain situations” Byrne explains in the article, “A condominium can be terminated if 80% of everyone votes to terminate. That’s a provision set by statue.”

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