Members May Not Be Required to Pay Quarterly Assessments
Facts: An amendment passed by an association in 2007 modified a declaration and bylaws to grant the board the power to charge common expenses on a monthly and/or quarterly basis. The board had sent all members notice of the annual meeting and informed the members that voting would begin on that date on the amendment for quarterly assessments. The notice specified that voting would begin at the meeting and continue for 14 days afterward until a sufficient number of votes were collected to pass or defeat the proposed amendment.
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