COA Can Change Use of Common Property with Majority Vote

November 18, 2014
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Facts: A condominium owner who enjoyed playing tennis purchased a unit in 1986 that had a tennis court for the common use of all unit owners. Over the years, the tennis court fell into disrepair. In 2013, the condominium’s owners’ association (COA) proposed removing the tennis court and converting it to a different common use.

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