Association Didn't Have Right to Assess Litigation Costs Against Members

July 15, 2016
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Facts: Two condominium unit owners sued the association for claims associated with alleged mold contamination in their unit and common area. A trial court ruled in favor of the association. The association also asked the trial court to allow it to collect as an assessment against the owners the litigation fees and costs. The trial court dismissed the claim. The association appealed.

Decision: A Georgia appeals court upheld the trial court’s decision.

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