Association Didn’t Fraudulently Conceal Defects in Unit
Facts: After a member moved into the unit he purchased in a condo building, he discovered defects including inadequate fire protection, violations of the state energy code, shoddy insulation work, and poor ventilation, among other problems. He requested that the association cure—that is, fix—the defects. When it didn’t, the member sued the association for breach of contract and fraud. The association asked the court to dismiss the member’s claims.
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