I am unsure what is meant by “waiver clause” but for purposes of this response will presume it means the owners of the sheds have permitted the Association to use the sheds. Even if that is the case, ownership remains with the unit owners and they are entitled to use and possession when they want – subject to the terms of any agreement they entered into with the Association.
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Each co-owner has a vested legal interest in the use rights to the LCE sheds. Those rights may not be reassigned without the written consent of the co-owner. If the co-owner wants to use the assigned storage space the board will need to honor that right.
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Owners do not lose the benefit of Limited Common Elements by failing to use them. I expect that you have a “non-waiver” clause as well, which states that the failure to enforce a covenant does not constitute a waiver of that covenant. The net effect of the clause is that an owner can reclaim exclusive use of a Limited Common Element, but must first give reasonable notice to the Association of his or her intention to do so.
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