A community association can change its name, so long as it complies with all requirements of Georgia law, and, if applicable, its governing documents. If your association is interested in changing its name, you’ll want to consult with your association attorney to discuss any individual requirements imposed by your association’s documents. However, the general process of changing a community association’s name is as follows:
1. Determine Authority. The process starts with determining whether an owner vote is required. Unless the association’s governing documents require a membership vote, the board of directors may change the corporate name without member action.