I have reviewed the bylaws and declarations for our HOA. Short of overturning the Board, it appears there is no mechanism for a homeowner or group of homeowners to stop a rule before it takes effect, nor was I able to find any means by which members might reverse a recent rule change or other decisions of the Board.
There is a rule reversal process in California Civil Code 4365: “Members of an association owning five (5) percent or more of the separate interests may call a special vote of the members to reverse a rule change.
A special vote of the members may be called by delivering a written request to the association. Not less than 35 days nor more than 90 days after receipt of a proper request, the association shall hold a vote of the members on whether to reverse the rule change,…”
Are you aware of any AZ statute that would allow members to reverse or repeal new rules or regulations created by a Board?
If not, I assume this is a procedure that might be added to the individual HOA’s Bylaws (so hard though).
Any plans to introduce any rules outlining a process where homeowners might repeal rules or regulations recently adopted by a Board in the future as part of your HOA advocacy work?