In Pennsylvania, can an HOA Board ask for votes to change the Declaration without explaining/discussing with homewoners?
Also, can HOA Declarations have an amendment that make all homeowners contribute to limited common area or is that in violation of PA law?
Generally, the HOA board must provide homeowners with information on what amendment they are voting for. You should check your governing documents to see what processes and requirements there are for amendments that your HOA has to follow. Both the Pennsylvania Uniform Condominium Act and the Pennsylvania Uniform Planned Community Act do not explicitly address this issue.
As for contributing to limited common areas, reallocating common expense liabilities will require unanimous consent of all unit owners, as per the Pennsylvania Uniform Condominium Act and the Pennsylvania Uniform Planned Community Act. It is best to seek advice from a lawyer for further assistance.
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