Neither the board nor the CAM can impose a fine. The statutory procedures require the HOA to send you notice of the intent to hold a hearing for a committee to consider the fine and only the committee can impose the fine. The notice must be given 14 days prior to the hearing and the HOA needs to have the hearing even if you don't want to attend.
You can file a complaint against the CAM with the Department of Business & Professional Regulation at the link below. The CAM should know better.
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I agree with Ms. Stage. I only write to add that you should read your condo documents carefully as well for you agreed to whatever is in there when you signed and bought your property. It's a contract and they can do some pretty nasty things. Also, read the Florida Condominium Act, Florida Statue 718.
Here's an easy link: http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2012/Chapter718
If all else fails, file your complaint against the CAM, ask for a hearing and after all that: GET EVEN, RUN FOR THE BOARD!
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