We own the lower unit of a two condo units in an HOA in San Francisco. The upper unit has become permanent investment property so our co-owner continues to rent the unit.
The CCRs call out 80% floor coverage using HOA approved “acoustical padding.” The building was built in 1922. The upper unit has minimal floor covering, much of it with no padding on their wood floors. The affect is like a drum being beaten and reverberates sound. What do we need to do to them to comply with this HOA requirement? They are currently between rentals and time is of the essence. Thank you
The owner of the unit is responsible for compliance, not the tenant. You may bring it up with the owner of the unit. You may also raise the issue with your fellow board members or file a formal complaint with the board to enforce the rule.
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