Board of Directors Not Liable for Maintenance Decisions

December 22, 2015
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Facts: The association and its management company were responsible under the association’s governing documents for maintaining the common areas of a condominium building. But the management company failed to waterproof areas of the building, leading to water intrusion and deterioration. The board of directors spent reserve funds for purposes other than the repair, restoration, replacement, or maintenance of the common areas.

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