Owner Couldn’t Use Litigation to Amend Governing Documents
Facts: The water pipe serving an owner’s condominium unit was constructed in such a way that it ran through a portion of the ceiling of an adjacent unit prior to entering the owner’s unit. The adjacent unit underwent foreclosure. Subsequently, the utilities in the foreclosed unit were disconnected. Over the course of two years, the portion of the water pipe running through the foreclosed unit froze, broke, and caused damages. The unit owner had the subject water pipe and the damages repaired.
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