HOA Homefront: Addition of cameras in common areas needs research before board steps in

Q: A new owner in our condo complex rented it to tenants who installed security cameras on the exterior of their unit, one on their front door and one on their balcony that pans all outside their doorway and mine, the interior of my patio, everybody’s balcony, and down the corridor. All residents are filmed going to the front gate entry.  Is there a law that would help me?    Read the Q&A…………..


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