Condo Member Has Power to Sue Over Building’s Common Elements
As an association manager, inevitably you’ll be faced with a member’s complaint about some aspect of his unit. And if there is a difference of opinion as to whose responsibility—the member’s or association’s—it is to repair a problem, it could lead to a dispute that eventually turns litigious. A key issue in such disputes is whether the party suing the association has “standing”—that is, the power to sue.
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