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I own a condo unit in a 40 year old building. Under Operation of Property Section of the by-laws, it states, "No Unit Owner shall make any structural addition, alteration or improvement in or to his unit without the prior written consent of the Board of Directors or the Covenants Committee as appropriate." The Board of Directors recently adopted a resolution defining "Structural Alteration" as "The addition, alteration, or removal of a wall, door, window, or mechanical device contained within a Unit." Board approval may be granted after "a written explanation of the desired alterations and the reasons for it" among other documentation. Violations letters with large fines have been sent to unit owners who purchased their units already altered. Is this legal?