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Mould in a Unit – When Is a Condominium Corporation Responsible?

James Davidson
Publication date:
January 27, 2020
Article Summary: 

This blog post discusses the issue of mold in condominium units and the responsibility of the condominium corporation in addressing it. The post explains that mold is a health hazard and can cause serious problems if left untreated. It goes on to explain that the condominium corporation may be responsible for remediation if the mold is caused by a common element, such as a leaky roof or pipe. However, if the mold is caused by an owner's actions, such as inadequate ventilation or not reporting a leak, then the owner may be responsible for remediation. The post provides guidance on how to determine responsibility and suggests that it is important for condominium corporations to have clear policies and procedures in place for addressing mold issues.


mold, condominium units, responsibility, health hazard, remediation, common element, owner's actions, ventilation, leak, policies, procedures.

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James Davidson
Mould in a Unit – When Is a Condominium Corporation Responsible?
January 27, 2020
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