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Depending on exactly what the condo docs say, you may be correct. If the condo docs state that they would need the approval of 2/3 of the entire community, and they get that, then they will be able to move forward. However, if the condo docs state that they would need the approval of the homeowners it directly affects, then they will not be able to move forward without their approval.
It also depends what percentage of the entire community those homes make because if none of them approve the plans, they may make up more than 1/3 of the community and can negate what the remainder of the community wants.
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