Sorry no one responded to your query.
It is a niche question and typically the first place to find an answer would be in the shareholder agreement itself.
If no one responds here, I suggest that you reach out to a local lawyer that works in real estate law and has an understanding of co-op governance.
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Frank is right. The shareholder agreement / bylaws would typically be the place to start to find out your rights. You can also ask the board of directors. Good Luck!Ask a similar question