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In a way if the renter is being treated differently, it is the titleholder that should fight for the renter. Directors must act as responsible fiduciaries for owner assets and any lawful business owner conduct. It is not acceptable for management or directors to treat a rented property differently from an owner-occupied property. It is also not appropriate for a titleholder-landlord to require tenants to assume landlord obligations. So, as a renter, the renter should inform that titleowner. Titleholders who are wronged may seek a claim against the association for damages, including lost profits if a tenant breaks a lease or moves out because of wrongful actions taken by the association. We can discuss more if you want to do so.
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