Order to Modify Condo Floor Wasn’t Harmful
Facts: A condominium member replaced the carpeting in his unit with wood floors to alleviate his wife’s dust allergies, which worsened since she and the member had moved into the unit. The member didn’t ask the condo association for approval to replace the carpet. After the wood floors had been installed, the members who occupied the unit below complained to the association that they could hear constant noise from the unit above.
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