Authority of association to sell or transfer common property
(1) Except as otherwise provided in the declaration, a homeowners association may sell, convey or subject to a security interest any portion of the common property if 80 percent or more of the votes in the homeowners association, including 80 percent of the votes of lots not owned by a declarant at the time of the vote, are cast in favor of that action. The association shall treat proceeds of any sale under this section as an asset of the association.
(2) A sale, transfer or encumbrance of the common property or any portion of the common property made pursuant to a right reserved in the declaration under this section may provide that the common property be released from any restriction imposed on the common property by the declaration. However, a sale, transfer or encumbrance may not deprive any lot of its right of access to or support for the lot without the consent of the owner of the lot. [1981 c.782 §47; 1987 c.447 §112; 1999 c.677 §20]
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