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Voting Right of an LLC owned home

In my small community there are a number of homes where there is no named owner on the property deed. Instead the owner is listed as an LLC. Since an LLC is not a person, does the LLC have voting rights in the HOA? Can the LLC put forth someone to be a Board member?

1 Response

  1. DennisL

    Absolutely, many homeowners use the LLC process in ownership of homes. In those cases, the LLC gets to designate an individual to vote and act for the LLC with the Association. That specific individual is then able to vote for that property. The designated individual has all rights of any other owner including the right to run for and serve on the board.

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