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I think you have already responded sufficiently, unless you wish to confront the other homeowner directly and accuse him of lying to the property manager. I can't think of any legal action you can take based on these facts.
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You can't force the people to change their books and records. It is not a criminal record and cannot have any adverse affect on you as a homeowner/member. I wouldn't worry about it.