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Who's on First?

Jake A. Fine
Publication date:
January 14, 2019
Article Summary: 

The article discusses three cases related to condominiums and highlights important lessons for condominium corporations. In the first case, a condominium corporation claimed $1.9 million in damages but only received $11,074.06, emphasizing the risks of over-the-top and vindictive claims. In the second case, a unit owner repeatedly harassed condominium personnel, leading to an order to sell and vacate the unit as a final remedy. The case serves as a reminder of the duty to provide a harassment-free workplace. In the third case, a condominium corporation's lien for legal costs incurred in enforcing compliance was deemed proper, clarifying that such costs are common expenses and lienable.


Condominiums, case law, legal claims, damages, harassment, workplace safety, court orders, condominium regulations, compliance enforcement, lien, common expenses.

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Jake A. Fine
Who's on First?
January 14, 2019
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