Yes. See Section 12.1(l) of your condo bylaws:
The Association shall retain a pass key to all units.
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Unless your board is meeting with their attorney to discuss proposed or pending litigation or to discuss personnel matters, you are allowed to attend any and all board meetings. See Chapter 718 Florida Statutes, section 718.112(2)(c).
No. Condominium Bylaw 12.1 (j) states:
No sign, advertisement, notice or other lettering shall be exhibited, displayed, inscribed, painted or affixed in, on, or upon any part of the Condominium Unit that is visible from outside the Unit or Condominium Property.
No. Section 12.1 (h) (1) of the Condominium Bylaws states:
No unit owner shall have the exclusive right to use or the exclusive use of any one guest parking space.
In this same paragraph it also states:
Vehicles improperly parked may be towed away at owners’ expense as provided for by Section 715.07, Florida Statutes (1979).
Note: Section 12.1 (h) (1) was a 1981 amendment to the Bylaws.
The Florida Statutes Section 718.112 states that the directors and officers cannot receive compensation for their services unless the bylaws of that association specifically permit compensation to be paid.