Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in Florida

Renting a room is against declaration of condo

Hi, I just rented my room to a friend. And the board of director of condo association where I live notice that I rented a room. They said that base on the condo declaration, I cannot rent a room to anybody. The unit can only be occupy by ''family''. Renting out a room is not permitted under any circumstances. I told them that my roommate and I are a very good person, we never made any trouble to the neighbor, why can they leave me alone. What should I do? Do I have a legal right to have a roommate inside my unit?

Can you please advise the things that I should said to them. I got nervous when I recieved the letter from them. Please help.

Thank you.

Asked on 4/06/07, 10:18 pm

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David Slater David P. Slater, Esq.
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Re: Renting a room is against declaration of condo

Read your Condo documents. I doubt they permit rental of rooms.

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4/07/07, 6:33 am

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