Arbitration Award in Favor of Association Wasn’t Appealable
Facts: A corporation owned several units in a condominium building governed by an association. After the corporation stopped paying assessments for its units, the association resorted to arbitration, in accordance with its bylaws. A representative of the corporation didn’t attend the arbitration meeting and didn’t contest the decision of the arbitrator in favor of the association. The arbitration award was confirmed by the court. Both after the award and the confirmation of the award, the corporation was sent notices by email and by certified mail.
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