Posted on / May 19, 2020 11:12:38
Florida Statute 718.1265 provides in pertinent part:
"Association emergency powers.—
(1) To the extent allowed by law and unless specifically prohibited by the declaration of condominium, the articles, or the bylaws of an association, and consistent with the provisions of s. 617.0830, the board of administration, in response to damage caused by an event for which a state of emergency is declared pursuant to s. 252.36 in the locale in which the condominium is located, may, but is not required to, exercise the following powers:
(g) Based upon advice of emergency management officials or upon the advice of licensed professionals retained by the board, determine any portion of the condominium property unavailable for entry or occupancy by unit owners, family members, tenants, guests, agents, or invitees to protect the health, safety, or welfare of such persons.
I believe by "condominium property", it means property owned in common, not the individual condominium units. See Florida Statute 718.103 Definitions … (13) - Condominium Ownership. So no.