Taking title as tenants in common does make sense. I have seen many situations where non-married couples take title to property and then end up in a legal battle years later. Plan ahead.
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A property manager is supposed to hold a license if they are collecting rent for a non-owner. In other words, you do not need to have a real estate license if you are managing your own property. But, if you manage for someone else or someone else manages for you then they are supposed to have a license.
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You may have a claim for a nuisance. You may want to consider whether you should replace your windows yourself and ask the board if that is permitted. Your best bet is to have an attorney review the CC&Rs to determine if you have any contractual rights.
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To obtain a judgment by partition you actually have to litigate the entire case or as someone answered below obtain a judgment through a motion for summary judgment. We typically recommend you explain the costs of the process to your business partner and try to resolve it that way. There is a provision for attorneys' fees in partition actions that can come into play and make it a costly process for someone opposing such effort.