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West Palm Beach Employment, Labor & Business Lawyers > VIDEO FAQS > CONDO LAW > Can a Board suspend a unit owner’s voting rights because the unit owner is late in paying assessments?

Can a Board suspend a unit owner’s voting rights because the unit owner is late in paying assessments?

Yes, under certain conditions. a voting rights can be suspended for a unit owner who is late paying their assessments.

First of all, you need to be 90 days late, and if you’re 90 days late, the Board upon proper notice and a vote, can then terminate or suspend your voting right. You cannot have your voting right resurrected until you pay all back due of assessments and late fees and interest if your association charges interest, but there is a process for you must be 90 days behind, and the Board must have a vote in advance to suspend your rights.

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