Read your governing documents -- including the pool rules -- to understand the association's guideline regarding life guards.
Since the pool may be a private -- non-public pool -- the association sets the standard for life guards.
A homeowners' association would file a labor and materials lien entitled Assessment Lien. See the HOA covenants for more information on liens. I would recommend that the HOA retain a real estate attorney to prepare and file the liens.
Usually not. The square footage quoted should mirror what the unit owner owns and can sell.
However, when selling a condominium, a seller can list dedicated amenities, such as an attached deck, a garage, a parking stall, and so forth, that are limited common areas for use solely by that unit.
Finally, there is a percentage of ownership of the common areas listed for each unit. This percentage often determines the monthly assessment amount and sometimes, voting weight within the association.