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Wrong Parties To A Condo Lawsuit

Joseph Salmon
Publication date:
July 3, 2019
Article Summary: 

The article discusses a recent case where the wrong parties were named in a condominium lawsuit, leading to a dismissal of the case. The article emphasizes the importance of correctly identifying and naming the parties involved in any legal action, particularly in the context of condominiums where multiple entities may be involved, such as the condominium corporation, board of directors, property management, and individual unit owners. It also highlights the potential consequences of failing to properly identify parties, including wasted time and expenses, as well as the risk of losing the opportunity to pursue a valid claim. The article concludes by urging those involved in condominium disputes to seek the advice of experienced legal counsel to ensure that all parties are properly named and served.


Condominium lawsuit, parties, dismissal, legal action, condominiums, condominium corporation, board of directors, property management, unit owners, legal counsel.

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Joseph Salmon
Wrong Parties To A Condo Lawsuit
July 3, 2019
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