It wouldn't necessarily be the law, it would be the CC&Rs and By Laws of your condo. Read them to see if you find this rule. If you can not find it, then go to the next meeting and ask what section they are relying on for this rule. Then obtain the minutes of that meeting as official proof of what was said. If you are not satisfied, then take the minutes, the CC&Rs and the By Laws to a local HOA attorney.
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