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At my condo community, the Board of Trustees- who correctly can be described as the power hungry "Condo Nazis" of your nightmares- in their positions for 10 years have now, I believe, just gone too far. We just received a notice that in 2 weeks- all non car/motorcycle items are outlawed!

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Im in a 102 unit condo complex in Florida. The secretary on the board came down and told me I was in violation for installing a new mailbox. does she have any right to tell me? The mail box was faded damaged , I simply replaced it with a new one of the exact same model and color.

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Is a Florida board member allowed to head a Landscape Committee ?

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How to build a strategic multi-year plan for your HOA or condo association by Mike Kulich - The HOA Guru.

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Can an owner of a condo within the Association be treasurer of the Board of Directors when they are not Board Member?

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Our HOA has implemented a "fining" committee, resident owners who monitor the condo grounds and followup on infractions of rules and contact the owners in an ascending order of correction (reminder, warning, written warning, then ultimately report to the condo board.)

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I am a HOA president. I have a condo owner on the first floor complaining about noise in the unit above i.e. loud walking during quiet hours and toilet flushes. They want the 2nd floor owner to put rugs over their laminate floor because they think that is the problem.

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We are HOA founded and there are 4 board members. There are no houses built yet empty lots 93. The attorney for association owns 2 lots and he is also the president. He charges for use of his office and meetings and there is no communication about these meetings at all 2014

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It is apparent that our law firm, no matter what their comment or decision they instruct is always to side with the HOA board of directors.......it is obvious they do so to assure their contract will be renewed.

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