Association Not Liable to Investor-Member for Water Damage
Facts: In 2006, an association contracted with a roofing company to replace all the condominium building roofs in its community. The roofs had sustained hail damage and were leaking. The company performed the work, addressing the problem not by replacing the existing roofs, but by building metal roofs directly over the existing ones. However, the newly installed roofs began to leak, causing interior water damage.
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