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Sure, look at your condo documents and see what are the rules under which a special meeting can be called. I have not looked at ours for some time, but I expect they say you need the written request of 50% of the beneficial interest of the condo to call a special meeting without the consent of the Trustees.

While you are looking at the documents, you might see whether the prohibition on "For Sale" signs is not already in there. It is, in ours. So is a prohibition on pets.

Typically, it is hard to change condo documents. In ours, it takes a vote of 2/3 of the beneficial interest.
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