I have a possession charge from 2016 my mother is renting and the association asked me to pay an application fee of $200 the results came back and they gave me and my daughter 2 weeks to move because of that charge
Yes, they can if they have proper rental restrictions in their association documents, which is most likely if this is a condominium association (COA). HOAs are single-family homes and rental restrictions are not as common in HOA documents. You would need to hire a lawyer to read the documents to be certain. If there are rental restrictions and you do not move, the COA/HOA will obtain a court order requiring you to move and that will be in the public records, which could affect your ability to rent elsewhere.
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