Former Management Company Must Follow Settlement Agreement
Facts: A condo association sued its management company and an insurance broker for breach of contract and negligence. After a rainstorm damaged the community and the association made a timely claim with a proof of loss under the insurance policy obtained by the management company, the association discovered that the community was grossly uninsured. Eventually, the association and the management company reached a settlement in which the company was to pay the association $26,000. At the time, the settlement terms were to include a confidentiality and non-disparagement agreement.
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