Who is responsible for enforcing rule violations?

Q: A column a few weeks ago stated that a board cannot refuse to enforce rules. I have asked our property manager why the board or someone they assign does not routinely walk around the community to make sure a variety of rules are followed. The property manager informed me that it is not the job of the board to do these so-called walk-arounds as they are not being paid to do it.    Read the Q&A………….


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