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We live in a condo building in Boston MA  and because the units are all small people leave things like their bikes and shoes in the hallways.  Any suggestions what to do? 

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Do we need to have a sign with association name at the entrance to the association? If so does it have to be lighted? If so, is a street light sufficient? Is this a developer responsibility or an association responsibility?

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Our development is a mix property Planned community. Our condos are under the North Carolina Condominium Act. The Condos sit on HOA common space.

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What can we do about marijuana smoking in our condo building? We can smell it coming through our neighbors unit.

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Can Condo Directors legally give unit owners permission to construct a patio on Common Element i.e. Lawn area outside of the owners unit. Where would I find information on this topic?

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What to do about neighborhood noise. Is it something that the condo association should address or owners individually?

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Would "limited common areas" include skylight hatches, which afford the only access to HVAC units on the roof? In our 13-unit condo building.

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Can condo manager regulate when and how often owner have access to the common areas and space for personal use?

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A member of the HOA took it upon himself and cut down trees and landscaping around the pool because he did not like the look of them. Three board members live in that section of the community and turned a "blind eye" to the destruction of public property.

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My HOA says I cannot "store" a door mat or plants on my condo deck because it is considered "common" area. Huh?I I share a staircase with one unit but no common area. Many homeowners are baffled as to why door mats, plants or patio furniture would be considered storage items.

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