Owner’s Violation of Unit Occupancy Limit Causes “Irreparable Harm” This case involved a dispute between a condominium owners association (“Association”) and the owners of a unit within the condominium association (“Owner”) over Owner’s right to have more than six people occupy their condominium unit. Association’s Declaration contained a provision limiting the occupancy of a unit to a maximum of six people. In disregard of the limitation, Owner was renting out his unit to up to ten people at a time, so Association filed suit seeking an injunction to prohibit Owner from renting the unit to more than six people.