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Can an LLC vote to pass a resolution and then apply it retroactively?

Question Details: I own a share in a very small (5 member) LLC that owns property. Part of the benefits of ownership are residence privileges on the property. Each member is responsible for an annual dues payment. Due to a dispute, I paid my dues payment 6 months late, on July 2, when it had been due on January 1. Now the members want to pass a resolution that if members don't pay their dues by July 1, they lose residence privileges for 1 year. My concern is that they will try to retroactively apply this to me, and claim that I have lost my residence privileges for the coming year, even though that resolution wasn't passed until after I had paid my dues on July 2.

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