K.W. from outside of Connecticut writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
What do you do when you have conflicting master deed, bylaws, and R&R’s? Which one would take precedence?
Mister Condo replies:
K.W., that is a very interesting question and one which I have heard before. However, since I am neither an attorney nor an expert in community association law in your state, I must refer you to local counsel, preferably an attorney who specializes in community association law. It is most typical that the Master Deed would take precedence but if your by-laws are part of the Master Deed, there is a conflict within the Master Deed as well. As you can see this is a matter for legal minds to sort through. I think it would be a good investment for the community to get this matter settled with legal help as soon as possible. All the best!