In an Hoa Is a quorum based on number of units owned or number of owners in all?

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  • 1 month ago

    Each unit gets one vote, no matter how many own (unless bylaws state otherwise).

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  • 1 month ago

    It can be whatever is set forth in the charter document for the HOA.  I think number of units represented is typical but the number can vary and if the charter document said number of owners, then that's that.  If the documents are vague on this point then you need to read the exact wording and interpret what it says wihtout adding anything (if it says "at least 5 owners are present" - then it means owners, not units, even if the drafters of the charter orignally meant for it to be units).

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  • 1 month ago

    depends on the documents. each unit in my HOA is supposed to get 2 votes (to account for husband and wife or single owner voting 2x).

    i would have to look at the wording, because we actually have a few people that own multiple units...so i don't know if that will count as 3 'people' for quorum or just 1 if they own 3 units.

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  • 1 month ago

    It can be either. You have to check your HOA bylaws to see what yours requires.

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  • Judy
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    1 month ago

    normally units with each unit getting one vote

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  • Brian
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    1 month ago

    Read the by laws.

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  • Sandy
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    In my HOA, the quorum is based on the number of HOA owners.

    Your HOA may have different covenants and by-laws.

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