So I have been waiting for this. My family bought a condo in an over 55 community for my grandfather who is 90. My dad is the co-owner as he is in his seventies. my grandfather was supposed to live with me here, but he really needs constant care from nurses at this point due to his extreme dementia. Lots of people sublet their condos around here to people under 55 in rental leases. The HOA can terminate a lease if you are under 55 and caught resideing in the condo. Since my grandfather moved out I have been waiting for the nosy people to complain about me being here. Today it happened. My father got a call that the building association head wants me out because he knows I am living here and it is bugging someone. So my parents got a threatening call i have to be out and they have to terminate their lease with me, which there is none because I am technically the caregiver for the owner. The way things are set up is I do not reside here. I have all the IDs for getting in and using the facilities, but I have never changed my address or residence here. Everything here is in my grandfathers or fathers name, and I live elsewhere according to every record. It is the fun of being able to maintain a semi off the grid life. This is going to be terribly disappointing for the HOA Nazi who is making a huge deal. You can't do shit because I am not on any lease and I am not a renter who can be evicted. We did everything by the book which meant I could not be an owner, or even a renter because you cannot sublet for a year from purchase date. Technically I am never even going to sublet because everything is handled internally to the family. Any time they want to attempt to prove I am a resident I have an address that is not here. Interestingly, the general propertyt management was not aware the head of our building HOA had a dog. Oooopsie, that is a fee you have to pay for, and now they are aware he needs to pay it. The camera is already set up recording where he walks his mutt daily for evidence. Time to shoot back. No more live and let live.