It depends. What do the condo docs say? An association has the right to require an application for each person that buys/rents in their association. Have you done that? if you haven't, then you are there without permission. Also, if the condo was "gifted" - by what means? If there was no exchange for value, the gift can be challenged. Typically, if the condo rules and regulations are followed, there isn't any need for "harassment" by the board.
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Ms. Johnson provided a complete answer. You need to review the HOA agreement to determine rights to transfer and rights of a tranferee.
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The Condo police are on your case.
Show them your ownership deed and demand by letter
they inform you of the basis for the actions they are taking against you.
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