Allegedly Fraudulent Condo Sales Didn't Excuse Assessment Nonpayment

Allegedly Fraudulent Condo Sales Didn't Excuse Assessment Nonpayment



Facts: A condominium unit owner was obligated to pay a percentage of the condominium common area expenses. The condominium association sued the owner, seeking collection of unpaid condominium assessments. The owner claimed the association did not have the legal authority to require him to pay the assessments. He alleged that the condominium developer and real estate agents made misrepresentations and errors of omission, and as a result, the initial sale of units was a fraud.

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