The answer to the question depends on the wording of the declaration of condominium and the zoning of the area where the condominium building is located. You will not be able to get a definitive answer from an online forum. If you think that your condominium association is acting improperly, you should consult an experienced real estate lawyer in your area.
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A lot depends on the local ordinances and what they will allow, the number of people who attend on a regular basis (are they just residents of the condo?), and, as mentioned, what the condo docs allow. If you are concerned about constitutional issues, they would only be a factor if the condo was a public, government-owned building.
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