Does a Change in Use of Common Property Require Unanimous Vote?
At some point, it may become necessary or just desirable to change how a common area is used. Changes in the demographics of the members or the fact that an amenity isn't used often may facilitate a change. But don't expect all members to get on board with a new use. In some cases, it could be difficult when it comes time to vote on the issue. Whether a majority vote versus a unanimous vote is needed to implement the change is of key importance.
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