An owner’s voting power is determined by the governing documents. In most homeowner associations, each owner has one vote of equal weight regardless of his/her ownership or assessment percentage, or the value or size of his/her unit or lot. If voting power is not specified in the governing documents, the law presumes that each unit or lot is entitled to cast one vote, with all the votes being weighed equally.

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