Can the board adopt a rule limiting occupancy of a unit?

Q: Our condominium association has a minimum rental period of 30 days. Some owners are circumventing this restriction by designating occupants as guests and renting the unit for one or two weeks. Our documents do not make any allowance for guest occupancy in absence of the unit owner and our rules only require the owner to notify the association when guests will occupy the unit. Can the board adopt a rule limiting occupancy in the absence of the owner?  Read the Q&A……….


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