Association Can’t Reopen Case Against Member
Facts: A condominium board sued a member for allegedly barring the association manager from accessing her unit to make repairs, among other claims. At the trial, the association’s only witness was its manager. He testified that the member had refused to let him into the unit to fix problems that had been discovered by the association. The member asked the court to dismiss the case, arguing that the association presented no proof that she had denied him access. The court agreed that the association lacked proof.
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