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SatoniaJ
(Florida)

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07/03/2019 8:51 PM  
How long can out of town relatives stay
DouglasK1
(Florida)

Posts:1429


07/03/2019 11:08 PM  
I don't think there is any state law governing this, and I would not expect that most associations limit visitors. You would have to read your governing docs to see if any limitation exists. My general though on the question is that out of town visitors who expect you to wait on them hand and foot can stay a day or two, those who help out and make or buy some meals can stay until you tire of each other.

Escaped former treasurer and director of a self managed association.
MarkM19
(Texas)

Posts:371


07/04/2019 6:47 AM  
To quote Benjamin Franklin "Fish and Visitors All stink after three days"

MelissaP1
(Alabama)

Posts:8415


07/04/2019 7:06 AM  
I was going to say the same thing Mark! Except they are like boiled eggs left on the counter... At first they are steaming hot delicious to eat... In the end they end up in a jar pickled and sat in the back of the fridge...

Former HOA President
GenoS
(Florida)

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07/04/2019 1:56 PM  
Posted By SatoniaJ on 07/03/2019 8:51 PM
How long can out of town relatives stay

What do your governing documents say? I've seen documents that do not address the subject at all, and I've seen documents that go to great lengths to define "Owner", "Member", "Guest", "Visitor", "Tenant", "Invitee", etc.
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