Slip-and-Fall in Remote Area Not Foreseeable by Association

October 22, 2013
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Facts: A condo owner and her neighbor had a disagreement. In retaliation, the neighbor “hid” a ceramic planter that belonged to the owner on a grassy, sloped area away from their units. The grassy area wasn’t intended for use by owners or their guests. While retrieving her planter the owner slipped and fell on the grassy slope, which was waterlogged from a rainstorm the night before. She broke her ankle. She sued the association and its management company.

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