Member Had ‘Easement,’ Not ‘Right,’ to Use Common Areas

Member Had ‘Easement,’ Not ‘Right,’ to Use Common Areas



Facts: A condo owner in an adult-only community was barred for a two-year period from using the community's recreational facilities and common areas, which included a recreation center, a swimming pool, and tennis courts, for interfering with other members' use of the facilities. He was also fined by the association for the behavior.

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