Association May Be Liable for Aggravation to Member's Respiratory Condition

February 1, 2011
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Facts: A member sued the condo association, the management company, and the association's landscape contractor for negligence. The member alleges that the landscaper negligently and carelessly spread and blew mulch near the member's condominium. As a result, dust from the mulch accumulated in the condominium, aggravating the member's preexisting chronic obstructive pulmonary disease condition.

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