I'm on vacation with my family in Florida. The condo we are staying in has glass sliding doors that are heavy to shut, well my kids are going in and out of the doors and it is making noise. We haven't been loud besides that. We have had a note and then a security guard come say something. I asked him when he got here did you hear us and he said no. We have been here maybe 8 hours and already it is getting off to a bad start.
Who knows what the rules are in the building. Maybe your kids running around is the issue. There is not nearly enough to give any kind of answer and you need to call a lawyer in the city you are in today to intervene.
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I agree with my colleague -- it's impossible to know what the condominium rules are without reviewing the condo documents. If other unit owners or guests are complaining, the association investigates the complaint.
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