I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this question since this is my first post to this forum. Please bear with me.
I recently moved into a new home development in Southern Utah. The CC&Rs included an item stating that driveways in front of the RV pads were to be constructed of Grasscrete or Tuff Track type material (this is a plastic egg-crate type material placed under grass that can be driven over).
Due to problems with this material, the developer and most homeowners, would like to ammend the CC&Rs to allow for concrete driveways in front of the RV pads.
The current CC&Rs do not address (in writing) the issue of how to pass ammendments. Due to this fact, the developer is stating that they would need 100% approval by the homeowners to made any changes. Currently, one party is not willing to agree to ammend.
I'm just wondering if anyone knows if the developer is correct in assuming that 100% agreement would be required to ammend the current CC&Rs.