Subject to reasonable compliance therewith by the board, each lot owner shall reasonably comply with the governing documents, as the governing documents may be lawfully amended from time to time, and failure to comply shall be ground for an action to recover sums due for damages or injunctive relief or both, maintainable by the board on behalf of the lot owners, or in a proper case, by an aggrieved lot owner.
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