D.J. from Pinellas County, Florida writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
Our Board President was entrusted to look after a condo unit as the owner had to go back north due to illness. He has been inappropriately using the unit to have affairs with women. Can anything be done about this? He has since gotten divorced and has moved off site with one of the women he was having an affair with. He has his unit up for sale but is still technically an owner and is still president.
Mister Condo replies:
D.J., when people ask me why I continue to write this column after so many years, I show them questions like yours. I needed a good chuckle and your question has more than helped. I would think that the Board President’s divorce has adequately taken care of what can be done about this. The unit owner who entrusted their unit to the care of the Board President may want to rethink who they entrust their unit to in the future. Since his unit is up for sale and he has moved off site, it looks like this problem is going to take care of itself in rather short order. Thank you for the question!