it is a small 4-plex condominium association
.RCW 64.38.035 mandates, amongst other things, yearly meetings of all owners ( over the past seven years there have been two such occurrences -of which I have been notified): RCW 64.38.025 annual budget notification and ratification procedures ( not one since the latest un- elected president took over from her now deceased husband seven years ago);RCW 64.38.045 ( flat out refusal to make financial records available, ditto records of current owners):
RCW 64.38.025; (Especially relevant in the last cited ICW -"Despite the fact that the law requires a unit owner to provide the resale certificate to their buyer, the certificate must be signed by an officer or agent of the association
. Once a unit owner requests the certificate from the association, it must be provided within 10 days." This and 'notification of intent to sell'- both sent by certified mail to the registered condominium
office address returned as undeliverable.
This plus conveyance of title sale of two units without notice or approval of of the condo unit owners. The list goes on but these are the most significant of the infractions of the RCWs, Condo Declaration requirements and COA By-laws. Since the erstwhile president now owns three out of the four units, what options -other than an expensive law suit- do I, as the last other unit owner, have? I have a potentially interested buyer , with bank financing arranged, but without the cooperation of the 'Board of Directors'- i.e. the other owner - we are at a standstill... Any suggestions appreciated.