Board can terminate lease for violation of association rules

Q. A unit in our condominium association is leased by an owner to a person who has a long history of ignoring and violating the rules. The board has levied fines that the owner pays, but the violations continue. The unit owner has ignored the board’s requests that the owner address these ongoing problems with the tenant. The violations affect other residents. Are there any remedies available to the board other than fines?     Read the Q&A……………


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