Eviction of Adult Children of the Unit Owner for Rules Violations

The Ohio condominium law allows the Association to evict unruly tenants under ORC 5311.19(B). But would this apply to the adult children of the unit owner and would those adult children who are violating the rules be considered “tenants” under the statute?   Read the article………………


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