This is just for my own information. I was wondering, does an amendment in the bylaws of a condo association need to be recorded in the deeds office (or wherever such is recorded)? Can amendments be official without recording? Is something like changing the composition of the Board (from a 5 to 3 member composition) material? I guess what I am trying to get at is, is an amendment like the composition of the Board important enough that you could make the argument that because it was not recorded it was not official, and you made me rely on a misrepresentation? I understand that the laws of individual states may impact this differently, and the state I am referring to is CT, but I'm just asking from your general knowledge. Thanks a lot.