M.D. from Pennsylvania writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
If someone in a condo association owns more than one unit in and association how many votes do they get at the annual meeting?
Mister Condo replies:
M.D., great question and timely that it is right around Election Day! Typically, unit ownership entitles the unit owner to one vote per unit owned. If I own 50 units in a 100-unit complex, I get 50 votes. Unless the condo’s governing documents limit the number of votes any single unit owner can cast, I would say one vote per unit or whatever the voting provisions state (some offer two per unit so that spouses or joint owners each get a vote). If there is any question about proper. Voting procedures at your condo, kindly check with your association’s attorney for a proper legal opinion. You certainly wouldn’t want to be challenged on your voting system and find out you’ve been doing it wrong. Good luck!