Can an open-ended ‘nuisance’ provision turn into a violation?

Q: My neighbor is being pursued by our board for a seemingly benign or conjured violation which could result in a fine being levied. Our condominium documents have a “boiler plate”, catch all nuisance provision. Can an open-ended “nuisance” provision be used to manufacture a so-called violation?   Read the Q&A…………


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