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Condo owner ignoring bylaws and taking in renters


CondoAssociation.com on Wed, Feb 15, 2017 @ 07:29 AM


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I live in a four unit condo in Massachusetts. In our bylaws, it states that we are not allowed to have anyone move in with us; specifically, we can't rent a room. A few months back, we met to discuss a change in this to state that it was ok to rent a room with the approval of the renters by the other trustees.

Our units are very close, so adding a few extra people makes a huge difference. We have not amended the bylaw yet, but one unit has ignored that and allowed 2 people to move in without approval of the other units. There was no notification of any sort. What can be done? The 3 units are not happy with this negligence and want the renters gone.

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