Court Says Homeowners Association Has Right to Evict an Owner’s Tenant for being a “Nuisance”

This case involved a dispute between a condominium homeowners association (“Association”) and a tenant of an owner/member of the Association (“Tenant”). Association sought to terminate the owner’s lease with Tenant based on the Tenant’s violation of several provisions contained in the written lease between the condominium owner and Tenant. When Tenant failed to vacate the subject premises upon expiration of the period stated in the termination notice, Association filed proceedings to evict Tenant.