In a couple situations I'm aware of, the caretaker of the small condo buildings was not of sufficient social class to challenge any of the condo owners. I don't know what sort of legal action the rest of the condo owners could take to force payment of fees, but the legal system is one people generally avoid as a rule.
Regarding some Chuburna condos where I spent many enjoyable visits, the caretaker is a poor man who works hard to clean and maintain the common areas. He stays in a small one room cement 'house' at the back of the property during the week when few people were around. On the weekends, he went to his other small cement room in town, where his family lived. If he had ever attempted to tell a condo owner what they could or couldn't do.... well, he wouldn't do that because he really needed this work.
In one case I know of, east of Progreso/Chicxulub, there was a dispute over condo ownership. The person holding the ownership papers, but who tried to cheat the occupant out of a pile of money, did not pay the condo fees for several years, while the occupant (who installed heavy protectores and iron door with a huge lock - refusing to vacate) did pay the dues. It looked like a heavy duty prison cell beside other normal condo units.
This went on for over 5 years until the reputed owner finally paid damages the occupant insisted upon, lawyers were paid, legal cases dropped, and the occupant vacated the premises. (It is a long complicated story, but let's just say the person holding the papers had been very deceptive.)
In other words, throughout that 5+ year ownership dispute, neither the condo board (such as it existed), nor the caretaker (a poor family in an on-grounds two-room cement hut) could do anything about the heavy protectores which were installed and the heavy iron door which was intended to insure the occupant remained the occupant despite someone else holding the actual Escritura. Nor could anyone else interfere in the situation legally, which was much more serious than simply skipping a year's worth of dues. Nor would the police do anything until the legal cases were resolved and even then might not.
Having been a witness (and a shoulder to cry on) for that whole episode, at least in that case, the condo board or "management" was unable to do anything at all.
Personally, I just wouldn't get involved in a condo situation unless I was fully ready to accept the fact that I had zero control about what was going on in the rest of the units. Just accept that you have your own space and don't have any expectations about all the rest. If that works out, then you can be pleasantly surprised by well-kept grounds and quiet neighbors if they happen, rather than bitterly disappointed that you can't control the things you don't like which keep happening.
Heck, a single family house with a neighbor who burns their trash is bad enough. You can't even fix problems in those cases. Accept loud music, voices, smells, smoke, etc.... or maybe live out in the country. This sounds much worse than it is, but plenty have complained about all those.