Transition of Homeowners Association Control: The Developer’s Perspective
Probate and Property, September/October 2001, Volume 15, Number 5
By Roger D. Winston and Timothy P. Martin
Control of a homeowners association is held by those persons with majority decision-making authority within the association. Using the corporate model as an example (since many homeowners associations throughout the country are organized as nonprofit corporations), this type of control refers to majority voting rights among the members of the corporation, or between classes of members, and majority votes on its board of directors.