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Is a resolution by a Florida Condo Board requiring that any

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Is a resolution by a Florida Condo Board requiring that any dispute between a condo owner and the Ass'n be resolved by mandatory Binding Arbitration with the losing party paying all costs, binding on all unit owners, or does the matter have to be voted on by the required majority of all unit owners that a change in the docs or By Laws would require
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 1 year ago.

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Unless the bylaws provide that the board can enact such provisions, no, the board cannot impose this without a change to the bylaws and a vote of the members. The board can only enact rules or resolutions if the bylaws state they can do so. If the bylaws do not say they can enact these resolutions, then they had to put it up as a bylaw change for the members to vote upon.