If the governing documents give the association this authority, then yes. You would need to check the Declarations and the Bylaws. If you are unable to determine if this language is included then you should consult with a condo lawyer to review the documents.
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I agree with Ms. Stage. As long as this requirement has been included in the condominium documents, it is acceptable for the association to require this. Community living is governed by the association documents which should have been provided to the unit owner prior to purchasing the condo unit. By proceeding to closing and purchasing the Unit, the unit owner agrees to comply and abide by the rules in these documents. It is always important to review these documents, especially leasing provisions if you acquire a condo for investment purposes.
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