Trial Needed to Determine Responsibility for Damage from “Unworkmanlike” Repairs
Facts: A condo owner purchased his unit for use as a vacation property and as a rental unit during those periods when he was at his permanent home in another state. According to the owner, his unit suffered damage during renovations performed by contractors working under the condominium association’s direction. Specifically, the owner asserted that substantial renovations to the exterior of the buildings of the units, including his unit, had to be made due to the association’s failure to properly maintain the common areas of the units.
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